Guardians manager Terry Francona on retirement and stories from a Hall of Fame career

Guardians manager Terry Francona on retirement and stories from a Hall of Fame career

His last game as a manager is less than a week away. And Terry Francona still hasn’t been able to get himself to say ‘retirement.’


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