Who knows? The Red Sox, not the Yankees, might have been the team dominating baseball over the past half dozen years had they not made one terrible decision with a pitcher in 1996.
Boston, not New York, might be such a perennial World Series presence that it includes "celebrating on the mound'' in spring training fundamental drills had they not made a move that should haunt them more than the words, ''Mike Torrez.''
The Fenway Faithful, not the Bronx Zoo, might be the smuggest, ...
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