General Red Sox

And Then There Were None?

Globe colleague Dan Shaughnessy has learned from a team source that the Chicago Cubs have asked the Red Sox for permission to speak with Theo Epstein regarding a position in their organization.

So sayeth Pete Abraham. So clearly Larry Lucchino a team source wants to get it out there that Theo may be gone, and is prepping the PR battle. Should be a fun month.
All we can say is that if this is true the Sox ought to be holding out for some substantial compensation from the Cubs.

3 replies on “And Then There Were None?”

Ah, exactly the perception Henry and Larry want to prove wrong. Crazy how a few bounces of the ball will mean sweeping changes for the Sox. My, how big the egos have grown…
Larry gets Cherington (who goes back to Duquette!). They install a second fiddle manager (Like Mackanin) and it’s: Return of Management. The only problem is Henry and Larry are awful media figures. Sooner or later the town will turn on them. Then what?

Leave a Reply