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Keefe To The City: Red Sox Chat With NESN’s Mike Hurley

Carl Crawford #13 of the Boston Red Sox walks in the dugout with first base coach Ron Johnson #50 after a 4-3 loss against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on September 28, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (credit: Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

Carl Crawford #13 of the Boston Red Sox walks in the dugout with first base coach Ron Johnson #50 after a 4-3 loss against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on September 28, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (credit: Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

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By Neil Keefe
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The Red Sox won’t be playing a one-game playoff on Thursday and they won’t be playing in the ALDS on Friday. Their season is over, and every Yankees fan happy about it. People in Boston? Not so much.

The Red Sox blew a nine-game lead and lost the wild card on the final day of the season for the worst collapse in the history of September. Now Terry Francona’s job security is being questioned and Theo Epstein’s time as a genius might have run its course in Boston.

Mike Hurley of NESN.com joined me to talk about the mood in Boston following the historic collapse and to look ahead at a very interesting offseason for the Red Sox.

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