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February 14, 2008
Bruce Hurst, who won 88 games for the Red Sox from 1980-1988 and would have been the World Series MVP in 1986 had the Sox held on to win Game 6, has returned to the organization in an informal manner.
Hurst will work as an instructor in spring training for at least the next two weeks. His role could potentially be expanded after that, though Hurst has indicated to the team that he isn't interested in a full-time position at this time.
Hurst, who also pitched for San Diego, Colorado and Texas following his stay with the Sox, had worked with the Chinese national team in recent years.
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