Can dark horse emerge in supposed two-team race to land Lester?
Ken_Rosenthal The Jon Lester sweepstakes are shaping up as a showdown between baseball's Hatfields and McCoys, the Larry Lucchino Red Sox and the Theo Epstein Cubs. If those teams both are serious about Lester — and they sure seem to be — then none
Comedy, tragedy mingle for Shakespeare at Fenway
Shakespeare at Fenway was proposed by then-Mayor Tom Menino a few years ago and warmly received by Red Sox President Larry Lucchino , who said in a news release to announce the event: ''All the ballpark's a stage, and all the men and
Boston's Farrell: Castillo is "exciting, athletic"
media reports that the Red Sox had agreed with Castillo on a $72.5 million, seven-year contract. Red Sox president Larry Lucchino declined to comment. Farrell was aware of Boston's pursuit of the 27-year-old Castillo and discussed
Full Count: Lester, Red Sox not on same page
Red Sox president Larry Lucchino has said that the team wants to resume negotiations with Jon Lester during the season. But don't expect Lester to bite. TheRed Sox president Larry Lucchino has said that the team wants to resume negotiations with Jon Lester during the season. But don't expect Lester to bite. The
Lucchino: Sox, Yanks are 'very different animals'
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) Boston Red Sox president Larry Lucchino says his team and the New York Yankees are ''very different animals'' and he's proud of that difference. In the past two
Clarification: BC-BBA--Red-Sox-Lucchino story
that new Red Sox manager John Farrell had been general manager Ben Cherington's choice in 2012 while team President Larry Lucchino preferred Bobby Valentine. Both preferred Farrell, but when he was unavailable, Lucchino wanted Valentine
Team effort key in Sox championship
even then, that he expected the Red Sox to win – and win big. “He spoke out very forcefully,” club president Larry Lucchino said. “I was not surprised to hear it from him. I was surprised at the certainty with which he spoke
Jeter says he's played last game at shortstop, will DH at Fenway
weekend, the Red Sox still are preparing a proper send-off for the longtime Yankees captain. Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino said Thursday on WEEI's "Dennis and Callahan" that the club will honor Jeter with a one-day ceremony Sunday. Lucchino
Three takeaways from MLB tabbing Manfred next commish
outside the meeting room talking with Cardinals chairman Bill DeWitt (who led the succession committee) and Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino (a strong advocate for Manfred’s top challenger, Red Sox chairman Tom Werner). Selig also spoke with White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf
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