Terry Francona was back on his old stomping grounds Friday night as his Cleveland Indians took on his former team at Fenway Park.
Francona served as manager of the Boston Red Sox for eight seasons and produced two World Series championships while he was there. However, he was given his pink slip at the conclusion of the 2011 season, and after joining ESPN as an analyst for the 2012 campaign, the 54-year-old is now back in the league.
Seen here is video shot before the game of Francona greeting Red Sox play-by-play man Don Orsillo in the dugout. As you can see, the meeting turns into a wrestling match of sorts for a bit before Orsillo is finally able to escape. Hey, easy on the suit, Tito.
The whole thing was all in good fun, though. So, for those of you who can't distinguish between reality and fake, let it be known that they were just fooling around.
Via Eye on Baseball