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The Examined Life

Sports therapy

By Joshua Glenn
September 25, 2005

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''THE BUCKNER THING was bad, but Grady was worse," says 37-year-old Tim McCarney, referring--as we well know--to Red Sox coach Grady Little's disastrous decision to leave Pedro Martinez in the 7th game of the 2003 American League Championship Series. ''After Game 7, I called my friend Tom Deady and said, 'I can't do this any more. I have to have ... (Full article: 582 words)

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