Curtis: No Reason To Believe Red Sox Ownership’s Denials

September 14, 2012 12:00 AM
Curtis: No Reason To Believe Red Sox Ownership’s Denials
" BOSTON (CBS) — Over the past 24 hours, we have heard breathless comments from Red Sox ownership dismissing the report that they have put the team up for sale.

John Henry has been on more media outlets than Michael Felger since Charlie Gasparino wrote his column on Fox Business late yesterday morning.

Henry has adamantly stated that the story is false, that whatever knowledge the Fox writer has is based on him assessing the value of the franchise for estate planning purposes.

So, Henry has admitted that he has spoken with potential suitors to gauge their interest in the team, but has only done so in order to establish a will, not to imminently sell the franchise.

I have a bridge to sell you if you believe that.

Today, across the board there has been a uniformity of thought among the reporters paid to cover this team. Why would Henry lie? This is his passion! There is no bigger thrill for him than owning the Boston Red Sox and working at Fenway Park!

Let me try and dispel some of those thoughts found in today’s morning papers across New England "

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