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Mark Shapiro is a solid hiring for the Blue Jays long term

TORONTO- The search is over as the Toronto Blue Jays named Mark Shapiro as the club’s newest president. Shapiro will be the next successor to Paul Beeston, who will retire after the 2015 season. 459 more words

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Dave Dombrowski Takes Over as New Red Sox President of Baseball Operations. GM Ben Cherington Departs.

The Detroit Tigers parted with long time GM Dave Dombrowski a few weeks ago. I had suspected that Dombrowski wouldn’t be a part of the organization beyond this season, but I never suspected that he would be gone mid-season. 2,636 more words

Inside Baseball: The Future Of Red Sox With Dave Dombrowski In Charge

BOSTON (CBS) — A whole lot has happened with the Boston Red Sox since Tony Massarotti went on vacation.

But now Mazz is back, and on Monday night’s edition of Inside Baseball on the WBZ-TV news at 10 on myTV38, he had a lot to say about the future of the organization now that Dave Dombrowski is in charge. 207 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 23, 2015


It is Sunday and time for the Sunday Request.

@sullybaseball I agree no sentimentality is good, but Ortiz will test that if he still wants to play, can they let him go elsewhere?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 23, 2015

It is Sunday and time for the Sunday Request.

@sullybaseball I agree no sentimentality is good, but Ortiz will test that if he still wants to play, can they let him go elsewhere?

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Porcello Comes To McCoy

by Josh Maurer

Friday night Rick Porcello will make what the Red Sox hope will be his final rehab start before being able to rejoin the big league rotation, as he faces Lehigh Valley at McCoy Stadium.  669 more words

RED SOX: Dombrowski in, Cherington out

Like with my post when Larry Lucchino stepped down as Red Sox president and CEO, I have many thoughts swirling around my brain about the hiring of Dave Dombrowski as the Red Sox first-ever president of baseball operations and the departure of GM Ben Cherington. 1,672 more words

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