Terry Francona spoke with the media about returning to Fenway Park and seemed to have mixed feelings about his years with the Boston Red Sox.
“I think if there ever was any uneasiness, it’s long gone,” Francona told reporters before the Red Sox took on the Cleveland Indians. “And it also makes it a lot easier for me because of the uniform I’m in and the people I’m with, and the comfort level I have now. It makes it easier to remember the good I felt, more so than the not so good.”
Francona spent eight years with the Red Sox and had a 744-552 record (.574 winning percentage). He won World Series in 2004 and 2007, with a 28-17 playoff record.
Watch the video above to see Sean McAdam explain why Francona may have hard feelings, and why it may never go away.