This day in Jewish history / Red Sox manager who removed 'curse of the Bambino' moves on
Theo Epstein led the Sox to their first World Series win in 86 years, and later took on a bigger challenge: to do the same with the Chicago Cubs.
On October 21, 2011, Theo Epstein - the man who in 2002 made the baseball record books by becoming the youngest general manager in the history of the game, and who two years later led the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series win in 86 years - announced his resignation from the team. It soon became apparent that Epstein had accepted an offer to become president of the Chicago Cubs, probably the only Major...
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