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Last-day drama has a familiar ring

Brass went for title in 1996

The career highlight for Bob Tewksbury, the Sox sports psychology coach, was as a Padre, on the last day of the '96 season. The career highlight for Bob Tewksbury, the Sox sports psychology coach, was as a Padre, on the last day of the '96 season. (FILE/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / September 25, 2007

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What does a team do if it already has clinched a playoff spot and comes down to the last game of the regular season tied for the division title? The scenario is not foreign to Red Sox personnel such as Larry Lucchino , Theo Epstein , Charles Steinberg , and most notably, Bob Tewksbury and Craig Shipley , all of ... (Full article: 790 words)

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