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Red Sox Bring Back The Best Architect In Franchise History

The Boston Red Sox are having a very underwhelming offseason, but on Friday morning, Sportico announced that "former Red Sox's general manager, Theo Epstein, is returning to Boston as a part owner of the Fenway Sports Group and a senior advisor." 



Epstein is the curse breaker in major league baseball, first breaking the Red Sox's 86-year World Series drought in 2004. Epstein also built the 2007 Red Sox team that won it all but left for the Chicago Cubs in 2011 to be their president. Epstein won the 2016 World Series with the Cubs, breaking their 108-year World Series drought, and then stepped down from his position at the end of 2020. 


Epstein has been working as an MLB consultant for on-field matters since 2021. Epstein has been one of baseball's most prominent and brightest names for almost two decades. 


Red Sox fans can't be pleased with how the team has handled the offseason, striking out on every big-time free agent they were linked to. They seem to be the bottom feeders of the A.L. East, but seeing the man who built the team that broke their World Series drought may bring a little smile to their faces. 


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