Red Sox make a change

Dan Duquette was fired Thursday as general manager of the Boston Red Sox, less than 24 hours after the historic, hard-luck franchise was bought by new owners.

In his eight-year tenure, Duquette grew to be one of the most polarizing figures in Boston sports, guiding the team with a robotic style that never quite clicked with fans who are among the most passionate in baseball.

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  1. The Duke is gone. He brought us Carl the Madman Everett, Manny No Show Rodrigues, Jose No Way I Can Turn the Double Play Offerman, Dante who hits like my auntie Bichette, and a host of others through the turnstyle like doors of the Red Sox locker room. SEEYA DAN!

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