The Aftermath of the Red Sox Collapse

Friday, October 14, 2011

From World Series favorites to Major League laughing stock, it's been quite a season for the Boston Red Sox. They started the September with a commanding lead in the Wild Card race and lost it to rival Tampa Bay Rays on the very last day of the season. The team's collapse saw popular manager Terry Francona leave town and general manager Theo Epstein depart to take over the Chicago Cubs.

It's still a messy situation in Red Sox Nation. Frank Storr, director of the Sports Institute at Boston University, talks more about the team's downfall.


Frank Storr

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