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Red Sox owners making presence felt

BALTIMORE — The Red Sox owners have been accused of being disengaged and aloof, but on Thursday night they came to Camden Yards — the House that Larry Lucchino built — taking a detour after a few days of owners meetings in Denver. They were very much interested in the current state of the team and disappointed with the way things have gone.

John Henry, Tom Werner, and Lucchino did not plan on addressing the team, but they rolled up the sleeves on their white shirts to watch up close and personal the struggling Sox on the road. It seemed as though they wanted to show their critics that they do care, as they engaged with their employees during batting practice, around the cage, and in the dugout.

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