Cora, who returned to captain the Red Sox this year after a season out of baseball in 2020 due to an MLB suspension for his involvement in the Houston Astros’ signal-stealing system when he was bench coach during the 2017 season, was already under contract with the campaign. 2022.
In three years against the team, he has a world record of 284 victories and 202 defeats with an average of 584 victories. In those three seasons, he also took home the world title and MLS runner-up, the latter being the final result of the current season.
“I am very grateful to have this opportunity to lead the Red Sox team,” said Cora, as posted by the redsox.com portal. “We are experiencing many special moments as a team and as a city in 2021, but we still have unfinished business to attend. I am excited about the current state of our organization and look forward to continuing my work with our office, coaches, players and everyone who makes this place so special.”
RedSox November 22 2021
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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