‘Cursed Breaker’ Epstein to Boston Comeback ‘Resurrecting a Masterpiece?’

Will Theo Epstein, who broke both the curse of Bambino and the curse of the goat and became the best frontman in major league history, get the Boston Red Sox back on their feet?라바카지노

ESPN, a U.S. sports channel, said on the 2nd (Korea Standard Time) that Epstein will join Fenway Sports Group as a senior adviser.

Fenway Sports Group is an American sports investment company. It owns the Boston Red Sox, Liverpool F.C., Pittsburgh Penguins and other sports clubs, as well as broadcasting companies.

The owner of the Fenway Sports Group is John Henry, the owner of Boston. Epstein is not returning to Boston, but he is expected to have a great influence on the club.

After resigning as president of the Chicago Cubs after the last 2020 season, Epstein served as an advisor to the MLB Secretariat in January 2021.

Now, Epstein is expected to leave the Major League Baseball secretariat and join Fenway Sports Group to be involved in clubs such as Boston, Liverpool and Pittsburgh.

After graduating from Yale University, Epstein joined the Baltimore Orioles, worked for the San Diego Padres, and became the general manager of Boston in 2003. He was 30 years old at the time.

Epstein, who became the youngest general manager in Major League Baseball history, broke the 86-year-old Bambino curse in 2004 and rose to fame by winning the championship in 2007.

After being appointed as president of the Chicago Cubs in 2012, he broke the 108-year-old goat curse in 2016 and became a curse breaker.

Epstein, who broke curses back-to-back with the Boston and Chicago Cubs, was hailed as the best frontman in Major League Baseball history.

Now Epstein has returned to Boston for the first time in 13 years since 2011. Attention is focusing on whether the Epstein effect can revive Boston.

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