The Red Sox Shouldn’t Pursue Joe Maddon To Replace John Farr
about 4 days ago.
Updated about 4 days ago.
Inside this edition of “Without a Curse,” Alex attempts to put a stop to the rumors about the Red Sox pursuing Joe Maddon to replace John Farrell before they even begin. Maddon is a better manager than Farrell, but the risk of chasing him is greater than the reward. There are too many needs on this club to chance alienating Farrell from the operation. Chasing him out of town 12 months after a World Series win would be a panic move. Alex breaks down the lowly rated World Series, and lessons learned from the Giants’ continued run of excellence in the “Around the League” segment. He also looks at the where the Rays go from here, and whether they’re window of contention is over. Follow Alex on Twitter, @AlexReimer1, and send him an email, email@example.com Read him all week on BostInno.com, Monday in the Boston Herald and listen to him Wednesdays from 3-6 p.m. EST on Glenn Ordway’s “Big Show Unfiltered.”