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Theo Epstein praised Grady Little yesterday
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(Boston-AP) -- Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein praised Grady Little yesterday but wouldn�t discuss whether the manager would be asked back for next season.

Epstein spoke before the Red Sox clinched the American League wildcard with a win over the Baltimore Orioles.

Epstein says Little has done a fantastic job managing the team after coming out of spring training with a lot of unanswered questions.

Little is in his second year as Boston�s manager and is signed through this season. Epstein says he�s not sure if Little�s status would be resolved by next week.

Epstein says he and Little have talked about a postseason roster and whether it would include ten or eleven pitchers.

Boston opens the best-of-five first round at Oakland next Wednesday and has until that day to submit its 25-man roster.


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