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Topic - Sandy Alomar, Jr.
Terry Francona signed a four-year contract with the Cleveland Indians. He hopes to stay even longer.
The Indians have picked their next manager. All Terry Francona has to do is sign the contract.
Terry Francona is getting back with one of his baseball families.
The hair and beard are mostly gray. The scowl is gone, a smile in its place.
The Boston Red Sox said they were looking for a different voice in the clubhouse when they let Terry Francona walk after the worst September collapse in major league history. Enter Bobby Valentine.