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Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Gives Awkward Response in 2nd Introductory Press Conference

The Boston Red Sox re-introduced Alex Cora as the manager of the team on Tuesday on the field at Fenway Park. Cora apologized for putting the club in a tough spot after he cheated with the Houston Astros in 2017. He gave a very interesting response when he was asked by a reporter on the …

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A Clue Hinting That the Red Sox Will Bring Back Alex Cora

It’s election season, and re-election is on the minds of most Red Sox fans. Not because of the current President of the United States, but because they want Alex Cora back as the manager of the Red Sox. He was infamously involved in the Houston Astros cheating scheme and once the investigation by Major League Baseball had concluded, the Red Sox ownership group has no choice but to let him go.

Why the Red Sox Should Not Sign Trevor Bauer

Trevor Bauer enters the free-agent market as the best starting pitcher available and his fit with the Boston Red Sox is an interesting one. They need starting pitching help and Bauer could create quite a 1-2 punch with Chris Sale, who is returning from Tommy John surgery. But, there are a couple of reasons why Chaim Bloom should stay away from the probable 2020 NL Cy Young award winner.

The Future is Bright for the Red Sox Under Chaim Bloom

If you could pick two teams in the MLB that had polar opposite seasons, the Rays and the Red Sox would be an easy answer. The Rays finished first in the AL East and are three wins away from the World Series. The Red Sox finished dead last in the AL East and were three losses away from a top-2 pick in the 2021 MLB Draft. Aside from being in the same division, there is another thing that links these two teams: Chaim Bloom.