Farrell will benefit from Valentine's 2012 fiasco
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Farrell will benefit from Valentine's 2012 fiasco

Boston : MA : USA | Oct 21, 2012 at 12:05 PM PDT
Source: The Boston Globe
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When John Farrell is announced as the new manager of the Boston Red Sox, he will take over a last-place team reeling from 13 months of player revolt...Valentine didn't accomplish much in his 10 months as Red Sox manager, but he certainly made it easier for his successor. FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
 
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