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The Boston Red Sox don’t want you to jump to any conclusions about the legitimacy of their 2018 World Series title.

Despite the Major League Baseball report that involved Alex Cora in the Houston Astros’ sign theft plan, despite ongoing MLB investigations of possible impropriety of the video room by the Red Sox under Cora’s surveillance and the decision to “part ways reciprocally “with Cora, the brass of the Red Sox, I am sure he defeated the fair and the square of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

“Absolutely,” said owner John Henry during a press conference in Fenway Park on Wednesday to overcome the complexities of removing Cora as manager and the Red Sox’s path forward.

That ongoing MLB investigation could target Red Sox, including Cora technical staff members. If the Red Sox know what’s going to happen, they weren’t saying it. Baseball officer Chaim Bloom refused to respond when asked about current coaches and their possible inclusion in the report.

“We would like to ask everyone to reserve judgment,” Henry said in his opening statement, a refrain repeated a dozen or more times during Henry’s 40-minute media session, Bloom, President Tom Werner and the President and CEO Tom Werner.

Well, the Red Sox can ask everyone to postpone their judgment, but for the owners and Bloom there is really no time to reserve the judgment. Bloom insisted Wednesday & nbsp; he wants to hire Cora’s replacement “as soon as possible”, and will have to do it so quickly to show everyone, especially the players, that Fenway will be a stable place this summer.

“There is no doubt that it is an unusual time to do managerial research,” Bloom told reporters. “Being so close to spring training, it is impossible that this is not a factor in the way we proceed. But it will not be the only factor and we want to make sure that we do justice to this.

“We didn’t rule out anything inside or out. I think part of this process was the evaluation of the best course.”

Without knowing what’s in the report, Bloom should rule out any candidate from the technical staff. They may end up being tied to Cora in the relationship and suffer punishment.

There are jobless veteran managers out there who could come in with immediate credibility and experience that will help them handle the consequences of the investigation: Brad Ausmus and Dusty Baker to name a couple. There are other names with Red Sox ties but no managerial experience that has been disseminated by the local media and could have the skills to succeed under the microscope and the pressure to follow Cora. Former Red Sox hunter Jason Varitek was part of the team as the general manager’s special assistant and was never shy about his desire to direct one day. He could certainly manage control after going through it throughout his playing career.

But this is a crucial moment in the history of the Red Sox, as they try to recover from the loss of a manager who has been loved by the players he has managed and the bosses who employ him. The Red Sox are trying to be smarter with their dollars as they compete in a division that will always feature the big New York Yankees. And they are trying to convince one of the best baseball players, Mookie Betts, that Boston is the place where he should spend the rest of his career, but he does it without blowing the budget.

Immersing yourself in a relationship with a manager who will not require the utmost respect and the confidence of the players could put them in place for a disaster on the field in 2020. There is no time to completely control someone new, so the Red Sox will have to chase someone to familiar. And they will have to do it quickly because recovering those 19 games in the standings on the Yankees will require a quick start to the season from spring training.

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The Boston Red Sox don’t want you to jump to any conclusions about the legitimacy of their 2018 World Series title.

Despite the Major League Baseball report that involved Alex Cora in the Houston Astros’ sign theft plan, despite ongoing MLB investigations of possible impropriety of the video room by the Red Sox under Cora’s surveillance and the decision to “part ways reciprocally “with Cora, the brass of the Red Sox, I am sure he defeated the fair and the square of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

“Absolutely,” said owner John Henry during a press conference in Fenway Park on Wednesday to overcome the complexities of removing Cora as manager and the Red Sox’s path forward.

That ongoing MLB investigation could target Red Sox, including Cora technical staff members. If the Red Sox know what’s going to happen, they weren’t saying it. Baseball officer Chaim Bloom refused to respond when asked about current coaches and their possible inclusion in the report.

“We would like to ask everyone to reserve judgment,” Henry said in his opening statement, a refrain repeated a dozen or more times during Henry’s 40-minute media session, Bloom, President Tom Werner and the President and CEO Tom Werner.

Well, the Red Sox can ask everyone to postpone their judgment, but for the owners and Bloom there is really no time to reserve the judgment. Bloom insisted Wednesday to hire Cora’s replacement “as soon as possible” and will have to hurry so fast to show everyone, especially the players, that Fenway will be a stable place this summer.

“There is no doubt that it is an unusual time to do managerial research,” Bloom told reporters. “Being so close to spring training, it is impossible that this is not a factor in the way we proceed. But it will not be the only factor and we want to make sure that we do justice to this.

“We didn’t rule out anything inside or out. I think part of this process was the evaluation of the best course.”

Without knowing what’s in the report, Bloom should rule out any candidate from the technical staff. They may end up being tied to Cora in the relationship and suffer punishment.

There are jobless veteran managers out there who could come in with immediate credibility and experience that will help them handle the consequences of the investigation: Brad Ausmus and Dusty Baker to name a couple. There are other names with Red Sox ties but no managerial experience that has been disseminated by the local media and could have the skills to succeed under the microscope and the pressure to follow Cora. Former Red Sox hunter Jason Varitek was part of the team as the general manager’s special assistant and was never shy about his desire to direct one day. He could certainly manage control after going through it throughout his playing career.

But this is a crucial moment in the history of the Red Sox, as they try to recover from the loss of a manager who has been loved by the players he has managed and the bosses who employ him. The Red Sox are trying to be smarter with their dollars as they compete in a division that will always feature the big New York Yankees. And they are trying to convince one of the best baseball players, Mookie Betts, that Boston is the place where he should spend the rest of his career, but he does it without blowing the budget.

Immersing yourself in a relationship with a manager who will not require the utmost respect and the confidence of the players could put them in place for a disaster on the field in 2020. There is no time to completely control someone new, so the Red Sox will have to chase someone to familiar. And they will have to do it quickly because recovering those 19 games in the standings on the Yankees will require a quick start to the season from spring training.

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