(Photo : Maddie Meyer/Getty Images) BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – Boston Red Sox supervisor Alex Cora seems on throughout the fifth inning in opposition to the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park on May 04, 2023 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Amid a difficult season for the Boston Red Sox, the place the crew at the moment sits within the final place within the American League East standings with a document of 76-82, crew supervisor Alex Cora has confirmed his intentions for the 2024 MLB season.
The 47-year-old mentioned on Wednesday, September 27, that he can be again with the crew subsequent yr.
“I’m good. I’ll be here next year,” Cora said confidently when questioned about his standing with the Red Sox past the present season.
Nevertheless, Cora did not reveal the particular position he would occupy or elaborate on the explanations for his assurance relating to his future.
The Red Sox suffered a 5-0 defeat to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. The loss pushed them 23 video games behind the Baltimore Orioles, the first-place crew within the American League East.
Alex Cora could possibly be promoted
Following the dismissal of chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom and the reassignment of Brian O’Halloran from the overall supervisor position to a senior management place, Cora has been rumored to be promoted to a distinct position.
The two-time World Series-winning supervisor has beforehand expressed an curiosity in doubtlessly transitioning to a front-office position sooner or later, however his precedence stays on managing the crew.
“That’s something that intrigues me. But it’s something that right now – where I’m at, where we’re at as a family – it’s too soon to start talking about it,” Cora mentioned.
It has been reported that Cora has been extra actively concerned in participant improvement this yr than in earlier seasons.
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