May 23, 2010
He’s won two championships and cemented a special place in Red Sox history. But manager Terry Francona has accomplished something even more astounding during his six years in baseball’s craziest job: simply staying normal. This season, as the team got off to a topsy-turvy start, that trait was being put to the test like never before.
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