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The boys talk about the Red Sox making the Castillo signing and what that will mean going forward as far as other moves. Will we FINALLY see Stanton come to Boston? The guys also discuss Pedro and David Ortiz, and foreign players coming to play for the Sox.
t even include the countless hamstring injuries he manufactured for a day off. The Sox finally decided they had enough. Theo Epstein executed a three-team deal that sent Ramirez to the Dodgers and Hansen and Moss to the Pirates for Bay. Bay proved to
rejected the salary compromises that Rodriguez was willing to make, a decision to which the Sox objected vehemently. " Theo Epstein and his staff worked diligently and tirelessly and reached an agreement with Alex Rodriguez. Theo had the full support of
shut him down to avoid risking injury. "Obviously, this was not our first choice or even our second choice," Sox GM Theo Epstein noted at the time. "This was pretty much our last choice, our last option. Unfortunately, this was something
have to understand that. You can't take it personal. Nothing that [Cherington] has done or that [former Sox GM Theo Epstein ] has done in the past have I ever taken personal. That's just kind of the nature of what we do." In the end
to represent in public perception. Yet the 2013 season represented the triumph of the notion articulated by former GM Theo Epstein four offseasons ago. The idea was always meant to describe a means of creating a safe passage from one championship-caliber
Texas. It wasn't the right fit, obviously. Since I got here, the front office -- obviously, when [former GM Theo Epstein ] was here, and now with [current GM Ben Cherington] -- they did a great job of just letting me be me. Being
in 2006 and Casey Kelly in the first round of the 2008 draft. That was it for the first eight Red Sox drafts under GM Theo Epstein , during which the Sox had 19 picks in that top round of the draft, and there was a reason. “High school pitching
come and help somebody else. It doesn’t matter who you are. It’s who you’re going to be.” Cubs president Theo Epstein joined Dennis & Callahan on Monday morning and spoke glowingly of Ramirez, who claims to be a new man after finding religion
the standings, every series is critical for us.” It’ s been another trying season on the North Side of Chicago for Theo Epstein ‘ s Cubs, as Chicago has the worst record in the National League Central with a 34-46 record. The Cubs are coming off of
Cubs president of baseball operations and former Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein joined Dennis & Callahan on Monday morning to discuss the Red Sox ‘ struggles this season and the state of the Cubs. To listen
Theo Epstein expressed confidence that his struggling Cubs are set to turn the ..... AP) Cubs president of baseball operations and former Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein joined Dennis & Callahan on Monday morning to discuss the Red Sox