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Kind of disappointed to see Tim Neverett gone from the Red Sox radio broadcast. He wasn’t perfect (and didn’t give the score nearly often enough), but he had some great calls during the playoffs and seemed to work well with Joe Castiglione. But like most Red Sox fans, I’m really interested to see what the Red Sox and WEEI do here. There’s a chance to have an even better booth. Who do you think they will bring in? I would not mind hearing Jerry Trupiano come back. – Taylor B.

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