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For Terry Francona, 2011 was a momentous season in both good and bad senses. In July, the Red Sox manager notched his 1000th victory; in September, he presided over one of the worst team collapses in major league history. Despite his stunning e previous success with the team including the "Curse of the Bambino" ending world championship in 2004, Boston owners declined to renew his contract. Francona lived to lead again; in fact, last year he garnered Manager of the Year honors with the Cleveland Indians; but the Red Sox years remain the most scrutinized part of his baseball career. In this book, this circumspect man opens up about that history-making stint. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.