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By Chris Daly 

Whatever you may think of Keith Olbermann as a cable-TV political journalist, the fact is that his background as a sportswriter supplied him with the ability to critically dissect a sports story. That is just what he has done in his blog about baseball, commenting on a major take-out in the Boston Globe that ran on Wednesday on page 1. The Globe story, by Bob Hohler, found plenty of  causes of death in his post-mortem on the 2011 season.

If you are wondering about the sourcing for the Globe story, I think Olbermann is on the right track by raising the question: Who benefits?

Keith and Terry in better times, 2007. (Photo by Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers)

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by Chris Daly

A moment of silence, please, for the 2010 Red Sox season.

. . . . .

Thank you.

One final thought: given the number of injuries he had to deal with (and the resulting continual shifts in the lineup), I say Terry Francona deserves consideration as Manager of the Year. With a stable, healthy roster ….

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