Archive - Sep 23, 2013 - Sports Article
BOSTON â€“ Gary DiSarcina and Rich Sauveur thought they were positioned well out of harmâ€™s way. Perched in a far corner inside the champagne-soaked, music-blaring, jolly-good-time party scene that was the Red Soxâ€™ clubhouse following last Fridayâ€™s division clincher, the two Pawtucket Red Sox coaches were more than content to be innocent bystanders.
But what soon followed was a moment that could very well summarize the impact that DiSarcina, Sauveur and the rest of the 2013 PawSox had on the newly minted American League East champs.
Even on the phone, the unbridled enthusiasm in Tyrone Naredâ€™s voice was readily apparent.
A new basketball season on foreign soil beckons for this Woonsocket native, and judging by the synopsis Nared provided mere hours before embarking on a near 15-hour flight that would take him to his roundball address for the next several months, the outlook appears bright.