This is the October 24, 2012 news archive. View today's Red Sox rumors and news.
Tim Bogar, former Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine's bench coach, shot back Wednesday at Valentine's contention that he felt undermined by his coaching staff, and Bogar offered his perspective on the dismal 2012 season.
Share TweetBobby V is no longer the Red Sox' manager-this alone is cause to break out the duck boats. But he is still talking, and saying inflammatory things, and people are listening because this is the sort of thing that happens every October in Boston, except tSource: deadspin.com
Leading Off: Welcome to Manager RouletteUpdated Oct 24, 2012 Share TweetIt's the time of year when managers are seen as scapegoats (Miami, Boston) or saviors (Detroit, San Francisco), but just wait 10 minutes.Source: nytimes.com
Schilling's company assets auctioned off in R.I.Updated Oct 24, 2012 Share TweetThe implosion of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video game company left the state of Rhode Island with a $100 million mess -- and Paul DeBlois with a clock.Source: ESPN.com
Bobby Valentine Critical Of David OrtizOct 24Tim Kurkjian and Aaron Boone discuss Bobby Valentine's comments about David Ortiz's recovery from injury.
Clayton mailbag: Expect trade winds to remain calmOct 24Even though the NFL pushed the trade deadline back two weeks, don't expect an increase in activity, writes John Clayton.