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Tina Cervasio

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Say It Ain't So, Cervasio!

Tina Cervasio Takes a Turn Back Home And Is Leaving NESN

“These last two years working with NESN and covering the Red Sox have been both a privilege and an honor. At this time in my career, I have chosen to pursue other opportunities that would afford me the chance to be closer to my family. I want to thank everyone that I have worked with, both at NESN and the Red Sox. It was an extraordinary experience that I will never forget and will look back upon with great pride. I would also like to thank my colleagues in the Boston media who made the rigors of covering sports in New England a joy.” -- 1.29.08, Tina Cervasio in a NESN statement

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