On Leadership: Terry Francona on Hall of Fame teachers
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On Leadership: Terry Francona on Hall of Fame teachers

Red Sox Manager Terry Francona tells On Leadership's Steve Pearlstein about micromanaging and what he learned from playing with Buck Rodgers, Pete Rose and other Hall-of-Fame legends. (Video by Mike Murphy, Elizabeth Tenety & Andrea Useem)

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