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.
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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?
Eat shit, AL East.
I’m not above saying I’m glad, but whatevs, y’all’s season was not a fucking embarrassment, unlike ours.