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REPORT: Nationals Poaching Of Alex Cora Will Not Work

REPORT: Nationals Poaching Of Alex Cora Will Not Work

According to FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal, interest in Alex Cora by the Washington Nationals will not prevent his hiring as the new manager of the Boston Red Sox. Rosenthal quotes sources that—as soon as the Astros eliminate The Bronx Embalmers from the ALCS (i.e., tonight)—Cora will be named skipper of The Carmine Hose. Earlier reports had suggested that—after firing Dusty Baker—the Nationals were putting on a full-court press to snare Cora.

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Larry Brown Sports Oct 19, 2017

Report: Red Sox to name Alex Cora manager after ALCS

The Boston Red Sox have reportedly worked quickly to decide on a new manager, and it is believed that they are simply waiting for the ALCS to end to officially announce the move. A source told Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston that there is “not a doubt” the Red Sox are planning to offer...Read More
Grand Rapids Press Oct 19, 2017
Who will be back in the playoffs first, Brad Ausmus or the Tigers?

Who will be back in the playoffs first, Brad Ausmus or the Tigers?

The Tigers former manager reportedly interviewed for the Red Sox vacant job this week. Detroit Tigers fans are probably still trying to grasp the fact that Brad Ausmus is a candidate for another managerial position so soon after losing his previous job but it's true. The Boston Red Sox interviewed Ausmus Monday, less than three weeks after his four-year stint in Detroit ended when the Tigers didn't renew his contract. The Red Sox have won the AL East title the past two seasons so Boston would seemingly be a great place for Ausmus to land, assuming he gets the...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 15, 2017

Report: Alex Cora leading candidate for Red Sox job

The Boston Red Sox have Houston Astros bench coach Alex Cora atop their list of managerial candidates, according to a report. Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic reported Sunday that Cora is the leading candidate for the Red Sox vacancy, having already interviewed for the position. #Astros bench coach Alex Cora is #RedSox’s top candidate for...Read More
Larry Brown Sports Oct 15, 2017

Report: Red Sox seek interview with Ron Gardenhire for managerial position

The Boston Red Sox are beginning to sit down with potential managerial candidates, including one fairly experienced option. FOX Sports’s Ken Rosenthal reported Sunday that the Red Sox have asked for permission to speak to former Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire about their vacant managerial position. Sources: #RedSox have asked permission to interview #Dbacks’ Gardenhire....Read More
Larry Brown Sports Oct 14, 2017

Report: AJ Hinch gave Alex Cora strong recommendation for Red Sox manager

Alex Cora may be emerging as a favorite for the next Boston Red Sox manager. Veteran baseball writer Peter Gammons reported on Saturday that Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch gave Cora, currently a bench coach for the Astros, a strong recommendation to Sox president Dave Dombrowski for the position. Dave Dombrowski spoke at length with...Read More
Larry Brown Sports Oct 12, 2017

Ron Gardenhire a finalist for Red Sox manager job?

Ron Gardenhire may be getting Ron Gardenhired by the Boston Red Sox. According to Charlie Walters of the Pioneer Press on Wednesday, the former Minnesota Twins manager is in the final three for the Red Sox manager job. Pssst: Ex-Twins manager Ron Gardenhire in final three for Red Sox managing job. — Charley Walters (@Charley_Walters)...Read More
Larry Brown Sports Oct 11, 2017

Red Sox say they would have fired John Farrell even if team won World Series

John Farrell was fired by the Boston Red Sox days after his team lost 3-1 in the ALDS, and the move was not all that surprising to any who have followed the team. What is slightly more noteworthy, however, is that the Red Sox say even a World Series would not have saved the manager’s...Read More
Grand Rapids Press Oct 11, 2017
Could Brad Ausmus be a candidate for now-vacant Red Sox job?

Could Brad Ausmus be a candidate for now-vacant Red Sox job?

Former Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski is now with the Red Sox. DETROIT -- Two days after the Boston Red Sox were eliminated from playoff contention, manager John Farrell was fired by the club on Wednesday morning. The Red Sox won the World Series in 2013, Farrell's first year at the helm, before falling to the basement in 2014 and 2015. They won the AL East in each of the last two seasons, but were eliminated in the first round both times. There are now four managerial vacancies in Major League Baseball -- the Red Sox, New York Mets, Philadelphia...
Red Sox fire manager John Farrell after second straight ALDS defeat

Red Sox fire manager John Farrell after second straight ALDS defeat

The Boston Red Sox have fired manager John Farrell after the team's second straight loss in the AL Division Series.
Washington Times Oct 11, 2017

John Farrell fired by Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox fired manager John Farrell on Wednesday. Farrell is out after the Red Sox lost to the Houston Astros in the American League Division Series. Farrell went 432-378 in Boston, including winning a World Series in 2013. But since then, the Red Sox have come up short, ...
Washington Times Oct 11, 2017

Red Sox fire manager Farrell after 2nd straight ALDS defeat

BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Red Sox have fired manager John Farrell after the team's second straight loss in the AL Division Series. The Red Sox announced the move Wednesday less than 48 hours after they eliminated from the playoffs with a 5-4 loss to the Houston Astros. Farrell's contract ...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 11, 2017

John Farrell fired by Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox announced on Wednesday that manager John Farrell will not return for the 2018 season. Farrell’s contract ran through next season after the team picked up his option last offseason, but the move is not a surprise. The Red Sox were swept in the ALDS by the Cleveland Indians a year ago...Read More
Washington Times Oct 11, 2017

Boston Red Sox fire manager John Farrell after losing 2nd straight AL Division Series

BOSTON (AP) - Boston Red Sox fire manager John Farrell after losing 2nd straight AL Division Series.
Washington Times Oct 10, 2017

Farrell's status again up in air as Red Sox enter offseason

BOSTON (AP) - John Farrell is familiar with the extremes that come with being the manager of the Boston Red Sox. He knows what it's like to be celebrated, as he was in his first season in 2013 when he managed the team to the franchise's eighth World Series title. ...

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