The modest long term salary commitments, solid TV/radio revenues, loyal fan base, terrific Fenway Park upgrades, talented baseball management group, and strong farm system make the Red Sox an attractive investment for anybody with the money to buy John Henry's stake. Henry is moving onto being a media mogul and international sports owner in soccer. He's got three rings and his buddy Larry Lucchino turns 70 next year and has little to prove in major league baseball. If the Clippers are worth $2 Billion (!?!) what can Henry get for the Red Sox?