“We didn’t gerrymander a new definition (of sellout),” he said. “We took the definition that was in place and had been in place 10, 20 years before us and was commonplace among many clubs in baseball.”
Call it what you will, it’s likely to end soon.
“It’s going to rest in peace. That’s not such a terrible thing,” he said. “It’s an extraordinary accomplishment.”
Lucchino and the Red Sox hope for some of those on the field this season, too.