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Bobby Valentine still won’t shut up about the Boston Red Sox.
Not even as he starts the next chapter in his life as the new athletic director at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.
It’s Valentine’s first full-time gig since he managed the Red Sox to a 93-loss season last year and was the focus of a player mutiny. At his introductory press conference Tuesday, Valentine continued to take the bait when asked about his time with the Sox.
On Monday, Valentine was asked by Boston Herald columnist Steve Buckley about some veiled shots that designated hitter David Ortiz and other Red Sox have taken in spring training.
“I don’t want to comment on stupid things that stupid people say,” Valentine told Buckley.
George W. Bush was unavailable for comment.
“I thought I did a hell of a job in Boston,” he said.
I thought I did a hell of a job on Boston
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