MLB world reacts to the Boston Red Sox parting ways with Alex Cora amid scandal
Alex Cora is out as the manager of the Boston Red Sox.Now, he is no longer employed by the team.
Red Sox manager Alex Cora could still face a heavy suspension for his alleged role in sign - stealing operations in Houston and Boston. Teams had been warned to stop electronically stealing signs on Sept. 15, 2017, after Boston had been fined for illegally using Apple Watches in their dugout and after
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BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston Red Sox fired manager Alex Cora on Tuesday, a day after baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred implicated him in the sport's sign-stealing scandal.
Cora was the bench coach for the Houston Astros when they won the 2017 World Series and led Boston to the title the following year in his first season as manager. Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow were fired on Monday, an hour after Manfred suspended them for the 2020 season for their role in the cheating scheme.
Carlos Beltran Reportedly Didn't Tell Yankees Anything About Astros' Sign-Stealing Strategies in 2019
The latest news coming out about Carlos Beltran's role in the sign-stealing controversy will come as some relief to Yankees fans who may have been worried about their part in the scandal. Information was revealed Wednesday that Beltran did not share his role in the 2017 Astros scandal with the Yankees in 2019. Furthermore, it removes the notion that Beltran shared Houston's sign-stealing system with the Yankees. If New York did break the rules in 2019, it was not because of Beltran, leaving MLB one step further from investigating those in the Bronx for such wrongdoings.Adding to this: Beltran did not share with the Yankees what Houston did in 2017.
Alex Cora , who was Houston’s bench coach in 2017, is the only person called out by name in Major League Baseball’s report on the sign - stealing scandal involving the Astros. He’s now the manager of the Boston Red Sox . (David J. Phillip/Associated Press file photo).
Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora looks to be facing some 'harsh' penalties for his involvement with the Astros for stealing signs . When the news broke on Monday afternoon that the Houston Astros had fired Manager AJ Hinch and General WEEI is reporting that manager Alex Cora , who was the
Manfred's nine-page report mentioned Cora 11 times, describing him as a key person in the planning and execution of the cheating scheme.
Cora met Tuesday with Red Sox management.
"Given the findings and the commissioner's ruling, we collectively decided that it would not be possible for Alex to effectively lead the club going forward and we mutually agreed to part ways," the team said in a statement attributed to owner John Henry, chairman Tom Werner, CEO Sam Kennedy and Cora.
The Red Sox begin spring training in less than a month.
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Red Sox manager search: Five candidates Boston should consider following Alex Cora's dismissal .
The Red Sox are looking for a manager just a few weeks before spring training. That comes with lots of questions and uncertainties, but here are five guys who could help.Alex Cora's managing tenure with the Red Sox came to a screeching halt on Tuesday after he and the Red Sox decided to "mutually part ways" following the revelation of his role in the Astros' sign-stealing scandal — and subsequent investigation surrounding the Red Sox for sign-stealing in 2018.