Big Job for Little

Grady's Back in The Show

Los Angeles Dodgers' Tommy Lasorda, right, stands by Grady Little following a press conference where Little was introduced as the new team manager during the winter baseball meetings on Tuesday

(AP Photo)

Big Job for Little: Managing the Dodgers

"I know that wherever I go, I'll do the best I can," Little told the Globe's Gordon Edes in Oct. 2003. "I know what we did there. I'm sorry the results of one decision caused so much pain, and it sure helped sell a lot of papers. I feel bad for it. But gol'dang, I can't turn back the clock and make another decision, not knowing whether the results of that decision are good or not... If Grady Little is not back with the Red Sox, he'll be somewhere. I'll be another ghost, fully capable of haunting."

Ghost is spelled G-R-A-D-Y

(BDD Photo Illustration)

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