Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, back with the team after dealing with heart troubles this summer, says, “I’m just the same as I was before, for better or for worse.”
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, back with the team after dealing with heart troubles this summer, says, “I’m just the same as I was before, for better or for worse.” Phil Long Associated Press
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona, back with the team after dealing with heart troubles this summer, says, “I’m just the same as I was before, for better or for worse.” Phil Long Associated Press

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