After their sign-stealing scandal caused the Boston Red Sox to part ways with manager Alex Cora, the team has found a temporary replacement in the dugout. Ron Roenicke will be named the Red Sox’s interim manager.
Roenicke, 63, has been the Red Sox bench coach the past two seasons. He has previous experience, as he managed the Brewers from 2011 until May 3, 2015. He posted winning records in three of his four full seasons in Milwaukee and won the NL Central at 96-66 in 2011. He also was the Dodgers and Angels’ third-base coach between his Brewers and Red Sox jobs.
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