His name didn’t initially ring a bell, not after someone else successfully took over his job, cleaned house, won a World Series and Boston had a new GM to worship. But then we remembered: Oh, that Theo Epstein:
Former Boston Red Sox General Manager Theo Epstein has sold his 13-room mansion in Brookline’s Chestnut Hill neighborhood for $2.97 million — nearly 19 percent off the list price, according to the MLS Property Information Network.
The 40-year-old Chicago Cubs general manager, who left the Sox after a disastrous 2011 season, listed the home in July for $3.65 million.
File under: Memories, light the corners of my mind …