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First impressions lasting for Henry

By Gordon Edes
October 24, 2004

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Larry Lucchino breezed into John W. Henry's office in Fenway Park yesterday afternoon carrying the newest ornament for the principal owner's desk: The William Harridge American League championship trophy, in which a golden eagle, brandishing the league banner, sits atop a silver baseball. (Full article: 1279 words)

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