Dick O'Connell VP of Boston Red Sox interviewed by Leo Cloutier - 1970

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Leo Cloutier interviews Dick O'connell in this classic radio broadcast from 1970.
Richard Henry O'Connell (September 19, 1914 – August 18, 2002) was an American front office executive in Major League Baseball. He was executive vice president of the Boston Red Sox from 1961 through 1977 and served as general manager of the team from September 16, 1965, through October 24, 1977, a period during which he played a pivotal role in restoring the Red Sox to contending status, won two American League pennants, and helped make the team a flagship MLB franchise.

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