For years, many Red Sox fans mistook Jeremy Kapstein—festooned with his clunky yellow headphones—as Giant Glass owner Dennis Drinkwater. Why is anybody's guess. In fact, Kapstein was a senior advisor to the Red Sox for the last 14 years—and was even instrumental in the Theo Epstein-less trade that brought Josh Beckett and Mike Lowell to Boston. So much for loyalty—his long-time "good buddy" Dave Dombrowski axed him the other day. Dombrowski pulled a Michael Corleone-Tom Hagen moment, essentially telling Kapstein, "You're out, Jerry". Said Kapstein, "I know nothing lasts forever. I’m disappointed I won’t be with the Red Sox any longer but I’m also very grateful for the time and the many great people I met and worked with in Boston." Regarding his supposed friendship with Dombrowski, he added, "I have a long, close friendship with Dave Dombrowski that spans many years. I have great respect for Dave both personally and professionally. I know that our friendship is, and will remain, a great bond between us." Uh-huh. Look for Kapstein to emerge in Pawtucket/Providence with his true friend Larry Lucchino.