Taking Center Stage?

Taking Center Stage?

Theo plays guitar

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / John Tlumacki)

Or Is Theo Still Stringing Us Along?

"I definitely will get back into baseball eventually, where things turn
you never know." -- 1.05.06, Theo Epstein

At the Jamspot recording studio in Somerville, former Red Sox GM Theo Epstein rehearses for his upcoming gig on January 8 at the Paradise Rock Club where he will play guitar in the Sixth Annual Hot Stove, Cool Music show. The concert will raise money for the Jimmy Fund and for Theo's Foundation To Be Named Later, a branch of the Red Sox Foundation which benefits eight other charities. Epstein was rehearsing for the show at the recording studio today.

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