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Epstein was an old pro

General manager's decisions key to building winner

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / October 29, 2004

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Multimillion-dollar baseball dealmaker by day, garage-band guitarist by night, Theo Epstein found refuge one brutally cold night last January a few blocks from his childhood home in the warm cocoon of a couple thousand Red Sox fans stoking the embers of their unrequited dream: a new world championship banner fluttering over Fenway Park. (Full article: 1298 words)

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