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Former Boston Red Sox Clubhouse Manager Involved in New Child Abuse Scandal

After the recent Penn State and Syracuse abuse scandals, allegations about another team official have surfaced, this time on the pro level involving a former Red Sox clubhouse manager. Donald Fitzpatrick, who died in 2005, worked for the Red Sox in the early 1990s. An accuser has claimed that Fitzpatrick sexually assaulted him in the clubhouse restroom when the accuser was 16 years old.

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Bobby Valentine to Be Named Boston Red Sox Manager

Bobby Valentine will be the new Boston Red Sox manager, as soon as the two sides get the contract worked out. The 61-year-old former Rangers and Mets skippper has a career record of 1,117–1,072 as a manager, but he hasn’t managed in the US since 2002.

Valentine found success in Japan where in 2005 he guided the Chiba Lotte Marines to their first Japan Series title in 31 years.

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Red Sox Pitcher John Lackey to Miss All of 2012 After Tommy John Surgery

After a mediocre year with the Red Sox, John Lackey will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair his elbow that will sideline him for all of the 2012 season.

Lackey disappointed Sox fans in his second year with the team posting a 12-12 record with a 6.41 ERA.

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Former Red Sox GM Theo Epstein Says Farewell to Boston in Newspaper Editorial

As the Boston Red Sox are expected to name Ben Cherington their next general manager on Thursday, the man who used to occupy that position, Theo Epstein, gave his final farewell to the team’s fans on Tuesday morning in a letter in the Boston Globe.

He reminisced on his lifelong love for the Sox and how happy he was to see the team win twice during his reign.

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MLB to Investigate Drinking in Boston Red Sox Clubhouse This Season

The policy allowing some Major League Baseball players to drink in clubhouses is coming under scrutiny. MLB Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Joe Torre is reviewing the policy, specifically the drinking that happened in the Boston Red Sox clubhouse this past season.

Pending the results of Torre’s investigation, the league may ban alcohol from all clubhouses.

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Did the Boston Red Sox Collapse Because of Drinking and a Failed Marriage?

After their historic late-season collapse, the Boston Red Sox quickly let go of manager Terry Francona, while GM Theo Epstein is reportedly headed to the Windy City to take the same position with the Chicago Cubs.

Who’s to blame for the way the season unraveled for the Red Sox? A Boston Globe report sheds some light on the raucous atmosphere of the clubhouse that details drinking and video games on the part of the players, and personal distractions for Francona.

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Former Red Sox Manager Terry Francona Takes Blame for Team’s Late Season Collapse

Former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona spoke with Boston sports radio station WEEI on Wednesday, his first public comments since he parted ways with the team last week.

Francona, who guided the Red Sox to World Series victories in 2004 and 2007, said that after the team’s historic late-season skid he chose to leave.

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Alec Baldwin Pees His Pants for the New York Yankees [VIDEO]

Any sports fan knows that the slightest change in their in-season rituals can have a great influence over whether their favorite team wins or loses.

So that’s why Yankees fan Alec Baldwin refuses to indulge his intense urge to urinate while watching his home team play John Krasinski‘s (the Boston native is a Red Sox man) in a new ad campaign for New Era baseball caps.

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Which Baseball Fans are the Biggest Homers?

The folks in New York and Boston may be the loudest when it comes to heaping praise on their favorite hometown baseball players, but they are far from the most biased when it comes to being homers — you know, showing too much love for the players on their teams.

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Fenway Will Serve Beer In Record Speeds

As we make our way toward opening day of the Major League Baseball season, there's a lot to look forward to such as great baseball, warmer weather, and beer. If you plan on going to any games at Fenway Park expect your beer to be served super fast.

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