Ex-Red Sox GM Theo Epstein tops Fortune's list of 'The World's 50 Greatest Leaders' . . . which he finds 'patently ridiculous'.
He gives off a grip-it-and-rip-it aura, but Sam Travis -- who may be the Red Sox' starting first baseman in 2018 -- thinks before he acts.
It was just an exhibition game. But Chris Sale's performance Tuesday shows he may be the Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro Martinez.