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Larry Lucchino's Departure Leaves Uncertainty For Red Sox' Front Office StructurePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 04 / 15
The "ripple effect" from the departure of Red Sox President & CEO Larry Lucchino and the poor play of the club this season "is only just beginning," according to Michael Silverman of the BOSTON HERALD. Sources said that one scenario that could come into play is a "restructuring of the Red Sox fr...
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Colts Owner Robert Irsay, who has owned the team since 1972, died yesterday at the age of 73. Many in the media reflected on the Irsay''s life and the legacy he leaves: INDY: Under the header, "A Man