• Francona back in Boston to receive award

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 25, 2013
    "It wasn't meant to be a slam against the owners," said Francona. "I've heard a lot of that. For anyone who followed the Red Sox closely from 2004-11, Terry Francona's new book is not only a must read, but it is a fascinating and entertaining look into the daily life on Yawkey Way during that memorable time period. The 343-page book titled "Francona: The Red Sox Years" was written by Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy, with full access from co-author Francona, and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. In parts of the book, Francona is candid about his feelings about Red Sox owners John Henry, Larry Lucchino and Tom Werner. The book is full of nuggets that Sox fans and even media members who follow the team on an everyday basis weren't privy to during perhaps the most memorable eight-year run in team history.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Book details highs, lows of Francona's tenure

      For anyone who followed the Red Sox closely from 2004-11, Terry Francona's new book is not only a must read, but it is a fascinating and entertaining look into the daily life on Yawkey Way during that memorable time period.
      Source: MLB.com

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