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Podcast: And then there were two

Posted by Chad Finn, Globe Staff  November 29, 2011 05:40 PM

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I'm sure most of you saw PeteAbe's so-sensible-it-just-might-work post yesterday on how the Red Sox can settle the matter of Theo Epstein compensation with the Cubs and acquire a proven starting pitcher who would be a perfect fit in their rotation in one swift move.

If not, read it here and nod in agreement.

You bet I'm on board with Pete's idea of giving the Cubs a couple of legitimate prospects (no, Lars Anderson and Jed Lowrie do not qualify) for Matt Garza as compensation for Epstein.

We discuss the logic and likelihood of such a deal, as well as the Gene Lamont/Bobby Valentine tale-of-the-tape and David Ortiz's job prospects in this week's edition of the Red Sox Podcast.

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Irreverence and insight from Chad Finn, a Globe/Boston.com sports writer and media columnist. A winner of several national and regional writing awards, he is the founder and sole contributor to the TATB blog, which launched in December 2004. Yes, he realizes how lucky he is.

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