Apr 19, 2012, 2:00 PM EDT
I’m not sure when the Fenway Park centennial celebration became an awards show after party, but apparently the guest list is pretty darn important. First there was the no/yes status of Terry Francona. Now it’s Theo Epstein’s absence that is making headlines.
Here’s Sean McAdam, reporting that Theo wasn’t even invited:
The news came as a surprise to principal owner John Henry, who said he was unaware of the decision until contacted by a reporter.
“Apparently we decided to just invite uniformed personnel,” said Henry, noting that the team hadn’t invited former GMs Mike Port and Dan Duquette either.
No Mike Port! God, those bastards!
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