The Red Sox Philosophy From the Top on Yawkey Way

Posted: 8th October 2009 by Jeffrey Brown in MLB
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Any person employed in a high-profile job will find themselves the subject of intense scrutiny at one time or another. They will find that their performance will be analyzed and dissected, and they will be subject to criticism andùsometimesùto ridicule. It doesnÆt matter whether you are the President of the United States, the governor of your state, the mayor of your city, or the teacher of your sonÆs sixth-grade class, there is a blowhard out there who thinks she or he knows the job better than you do. In sports, it would be hard to identify an executive who is subject to the same scrutiny as the general manager of the Boston Red Sox, who frequently finds himself under the microscope on a day-to-day basisùeven in the offseason. One day it is a verbal assault from some get-a-lifer on ...

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