Originally Posted by Lip Man 1
Francona is very, very good...he'll turn that situation around.
He did a very good job in Boston. He did a poor job in Philly. Obviously Boston had a loaded roster but it also had a myriad of diverse personalities which he was able to control for most years. He also had very strong coaching staffs in Boston. We will see how he does w much less talent on a team that will probably not spend big bucks on his staff.