Friday, January 20, 2006

What are the Sox and Theo doing now?

Even the Sox's owner, the Boston Globe, does not seem to know. They have the same baffling A.P. story up tonight. Theo Epstein (Just "Theo" inside and around the 128 belt) is coming back:
Even though his new job description has yet to be defined, some fans assumed that it will be in some sort of advisory capacity to the team's co-general managers, Ben Cherington and Jed Hoyer, where he will have input on trades and free agent signings.
Co-general managers (is it like attorneys general and actually generals manager?) would be a stupid enough management structure, but co-GMs alongside the man who won the 2004 World Series? Another bright move from the team fielding no-name 20somethings.

Though Josh Beckett, Curt Schilling (if healthy) and that bullpen are nice.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderchild, Miracle Worker, Theo

He's impressive, but not THAT impressive. This GM guy has faults.

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Co general managers OR Co managers general.

The manager refers to the person; the general refers to the area of focus. Mywang refers to your face.

1:48 AM  

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