In Seth Mnookin's new book, 'Feeding the Monster: How Money, Smarts, and Nerve Took a Team to the Top,' general manager Theo Epstein emerges as a voice of reason in a Red Sox front office consumed by its zeal to be 'bigger, better, stronger' - not only on the field, but in terms of self-promotion - when a more focused, long-term approach is required. This article can be read in full with a Plus Edition account.
This Week's Circulars
- Restaurant overlooking river opens at Haverhill's downtown Harbor Place
- UPDATE: Heav'nly Donuts Bradford shop closed immediately after employee tested positive for COVID-19, manager says
- Lawrence man charged after police officer struck by vehicle
- Police: People on Haverhill river tour watch in shock as boater speeds between other vessels, crashes, is arrested
- Parents demand classroom time for students
- Teachers oppose in-school learning plan
- Hometown Hero: EMT walks out of hospital after lengthy COVID-19 battle
- State giving Lawrence $49M for new police station to properly serve public
- 'My heart is swollen because of this'
- Injured officer thanks 'heroes' who cared for him