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An Open Book

In his latest tome, Red Sox Rule, sports-radio host and former Globe columnist Michael Holley gabs (and gabs!) about Terry Francona's daughter's brownies, Michael Jordan, and why he's willing to criticize his celebrity friends.

By Geoff Edgers
May 11, 2008

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Are there any big secrets about Francona we should know? I think people would be very surprised at how normal he is. Normal and trusting. In the clubhouse, he leaves his wallet out on the desk, and if David Ortiz needs $40 or if a clubhouse guy needs $40, they take the money, and the understanding is that they'll replace ... (Full article: 430 words)

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