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Are Red Sox Being Neglected With FSG's Involvement With Liverpool, NASCAR, LeBron?
Published August 8, 2012
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HARD SELL? In Boston, Eric Wilbur wrote, “Time to sell. … It’s clear as Windex that the Red Sox are no longer John Henry’s priority." Wilbur: The disaster that the Red Sox have eventually become as a franchise, a brand growing more unlikeable by the day, is on Henry's hands. And it needs to end.” Wilbur wrote, “Sell the team, John. It will make you lots of cash. We know you care about that at least. It was nice when you could say the same about your baseball team” (BOSTON.com, 8/7).