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The Red Sox make decisions by employing rock-paper-scissor games

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rock-paper-scissors.jpgIn what may be the highlight of the baseball season so far, Boston Red Sox outfielders Mark Kotsay and Rocco Baldelli decided who would replace the inured Jacoby Ellsbury in center field on Sunday by playing a little rock-paper-scissors.



Red Sox manager Terry Francona has won two World Series titles, but evidently doesn't sweat the small stuff like this.

I'd like to see this type of conflict resolution employed more often around the office. Say Johnson and Smith both want the Penske file. Wouldn't a simple game of chance be more expedient than having the situation micromanaged?

Video: Baldelli & Kotsay Play Rock Paper Scissors    (Sox & Dawgs)

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