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Will Red Sox raise ticket prices in 2013?
and 2012 seasons."It was abundantly clear this year that we should hold the line on ticket prices," team president Larry Lucchino said Monday. "Over the past few years, we have fallen short of our goals to play postseason baseball. Through
Will this man be the Red Sox's next manager?
choice than Valentine. Cherington preferred Dale Sveum, who ended up as manager of the Chicago Cubs.Red Sox president Larry Lucchino , a strong backer of Valentine when he was hired, said on Thursday, "as well as you may know someone casually
Bobby Valentine is one-and-done in Boston
affection for him, and we're not going to get into what his inabilities were, what his issues were," Red Sox president Larry Lucchino said. "I just don't think it's fair."Cherington, who replaced Theo Epstein last offseason, will lead
Did Red Sox players want Bobby V. fired?
Henry issued a statement one day after Yahoo! Sports reported that several players met with him and team president Larry Lucchino in New York on July 27 to complain about Valentine's handling of the team. Chairman Tom Werner was also at
No turning back on youth movement for Cubs
Red Sox stars torched Bobby Valentine during a late July meeting in New York with owner John Henry and team president Larry Lucchino . They were told that the team didnt want to play for the polarizing manager anymore. During batting practice
Red Sox legend dies at age 92
place that many now think is undeserved. "Johnny Pesky will forever be linked to the Boston Red Sox," team president Larry Lucchino said. "He has been as much a part of Fenway Park as his retired Number 6 that rests on the right-field facade
What's next for Ricketts family, Wrigley Field?
that's not posturing that's that. Politicize this that cost only. Are put them federal elders that was think he does Larry Lucchino . That they're the only ones who want to keep Fenway there intact is intact by the other groups want to move. Out outcost only. Are put them federal elders that was think he does Larry Lucchino . That -- they're the only ones who want to keep Fenway there intact is intact by the other groups want to move.
Cubs make Theo Epstein the star attraction
organization matched Epstein up with Ricketts. Last October, Ricketts told Cubs executive Crane Kenney to ask Red Sox president Larry Lucchino for permission to speak with Epstein. Ricketts got a call back from John W. Henry, the principal owner of