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Larry Lucchino, the former team president of the Boston Red Sox, passed away at the age of 78. During his tenure with the Red Sox, which began in 2001 when John Henry purchased the team, Boston claimed three World Series titles in 2004, 2007, and 2013. This ended the historic “Curse of the Bambino.”

Lucchino’s impact on the Red Sox organization was significant. One of his notable moves was hiring Theo Epstein as general manager, which led to several postseason appearances. He also played a key role in heightening the rivalry with the New York Yankees by coining the term “Evil Empire” for their AL East rivals. His ability to assemble a talented front office team is credited with shaping the organization and ensuring its continued success.

Before joining the Red Sox, Lucchino held positions as team president for the Baltimore Orioles and later as president and CEO of the San Diego Padres. In both positions, he played a significant role in designing and developing ballparks such as Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Petco Park. In Boston, he led efforts to update and enhance historic Fenway Park, making improvements such as adding seats on

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