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“Tony Massarotti uses his keen critical skills and years of personal relationships to give you a balanced look at how the Red Sox discarded their image as the last team to emerge as a perennial contender, eventual World Champion, and international brand. If you identify with the underdog, I bet you'll enjoy this book!”---Dan Duquette, former general manager of the Boston Red Sox
“Tony Massarotti provides an insider’s look at Boston’s rise from cursed to first, providing a must-have book for the true Red Sox fan’s library.”---Tom Verducci, Sports Illustrated
“Red Sox Nation comes alive in this thoughtful and penetrating look at one of the most famous teams in the country by an expert journalist who was there every step of the way.”---Allan H. (Bud) Selig, Commissioner of Baseball
“The Red Sox have built the foundation and the first couple of floors of a dynasty, and Tony Massarotti has been there for the entire construction. There is nobody better to tell the story, and he is a master storyteller."---Buster Olney, ESPN
A longtime Boston sportswriter now with the Boston Globe, Tony Massarotti has been covering the Red Sox and major league baseball since 1991. His two previous books include the explosive New York Times bestseller, BIG PAPI: MY STORY OF BIG DREAMS AND BIG HITS, and the Boston Globe bestseller A TALE OF TWO CITIES: THE 2004 RED SOX-YANKEES RIVALRY AND THE WAR FOR THE PENNANT with New York Daily News columnist John Harper. He lives in the Boston area with his wife, Natalie, and their sons, Alexander and Xavier.
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