Late Red Sox Staffer Accused of Abuse

    Retired Boston Red Sox spring training clubhouse manager Donald Fitzpatrick, 73, of Boston, holds up his hand as he takes an oath during his court hearing Thursday morning May 16, 2002 at the Polk County Courthouse in Bartow, Fla.  Fitzpatrick admitted sexually abusing four boys during spring training .  Fitzpatrick served as clubhouse manager from 1970-1992.  He has agreed to reduced charges of attempted sexually battery on a child under 12 and will pay the four victims $10,000 each in resititution. (AP Photo/Greg Fight, Pool)

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    Two more men have accused a late former Boston Red Sox clubhouse manager of sexual abuse. The two say Donald Fitzpatrick, who died in 2005, molested them in the clubhouse at Fenway Park in 1991 when they were teenagers. The statute of limitations has expired for them to seek criminal charges, but they are asking the Red Sox for a $5 million settlement each. Fitzpatrick was also accused of molestation beginning in the 1970s, and settled with seven men in 2003.

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