To start his tenure, Alex Cora needs to get a handle on David Price immediately, if not sooner.
Boston's former utility infielder and member of the 2007 championship team turned Astros bench coast will head east when Houston's postseason run comes to an end.
If Dombrowski is proactive, he’ll hire Cora. If he’s predictable, he’ll hire Ausmus. If he’s insane, he’ll hire Gardenhire.
Though we don't yet know who the Red Sox will choose to replace Farrell, we already know the criteria and the numerous names who might fit the bill.
The question on everybody’s minds after John Farrell's firing yesterday: who will Dombrowski choose to replace him?
It has happened, Dave Dombrowski finally grew up and fired Farrell. Only true Red Sox fans know how bad he is since in the 5 years he's been here he has 3 AL East Championships, and a World Series win. Farrell could do it all - while he was off the field. The problem came... Continue Reading →
Probably not the Indians recap you thought you'd be getting, but I thought Tito would be over getting fired, since it's been six years.
Less than two days after a heart-wrenching, rain-soaked Game 4 loss to the Houston Astros, the Red Sox begin their search for a new manager.