Red Sox Talk

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Going into the game with the score 3-3, Jose Valverde gave up three runs -- the first time all season he blew a lead or tie. The good news is that he's ready to make up for it.
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Now that Theo Epstein and Terry Francona are gone, there's nobody left in the Sox organization to shoulder the blame going forward.
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Organizational sources tell a story of a team in turmoil, with a culture that dumbfounded the newcomers and marginalized the players who most wanted to win.
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Cherington has an extensive scouting and player development background and served as co-GM with Jed Hoyer -- now the general manager of the San Diego Padres -- when Theo Epstein left the Red Sox for three months after the 2005 season.
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The Boston Herald reporter says Theo Epstein's rumored departure from the Red Sox to the Cubs comes at the right point in his career.
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The Boston Globe quotes Red Sox sources as saying the manger's use of pain medications for multiple surgeries in the past, along with other private matters such as the breakup of his marriage, affected the way he handled his job last season.
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The guys on Sports Tonight debate who the next GM should be, with Ben Cherington seeming to be the frontrunner -- for better or for worse.

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