Francona self-medicated as manager...admits it book

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    So then it is okay for your employer to tell a future employer that you had trouble withdrawing from painkillers?

    if it caused you to terminate him? you couldnt say so?  once again, i dont think substance abuse is a protected area of med confidentiality...speaking of which...

     

    i always thought it was a bit weird no one wanted francona to manage after he was let go/walked/resigned.....do you think his problem was well known and that he had to clean up in order to get hired again?

    i bet he took that time off to get his life together....no shame in that if he did



     
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    So then it is okay for your employer to tell a future employer that you had trouble withdrawing from painkillers?

    if it caused you to terminate him? you couldnt say no?  once again, i dont think substance abuse is a protected area of med confidentiality...seaking of which...

     

    i always thought it was a bit weird no one wanted francona to manage after he was let go/walked/resigned.....do you think his problem was well known and that he had to clean up in order to get hired again?

    i bet he took that time off to get his life together....no shame in that if he did



     




     

     

     

    What is Valentine;s excuse?


    folks like valentine are the reason why gun control laws are passed....i dont think bobby v was the internal, self-medicating type....

     
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    Re: Francona self-medicated as manager...admits it book

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    So then it is okay for your employer to tell a future employer that you had trouble withdrawing from painkillers?

    if it caused you to terminate him? you couldnt say so?  once again, i dont think substance abuse is a protected area of med confidentiality...speaking of which...

     

    i always thought it was a bit weird no one wanted francona to manage after he was let go/walked/resigned.....do you think his problem was well known and that he had to clean up in order to get hired again?

    i bet he took that time off to get his life together....no shame in that if he did





    He took a year off to re-charge.  It's not that unusual.

     
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