The question has been: who will be the Red Sox manager?, all off-season. After Alex Cora’s firing, the Red Sox had to move fast. Well, it looks like the wait is finally over. Ron Roenicke looks to be the next manager of the Boston Red Sox.
— Alex Speier (@alexspeier) February 7, 2020
Here are a few quick thoughts about Roenicke supposedly taking the reigns of the Red Sox.
He’s Been With This Team Before
Roenicke was the bench coach alongside Alex Cora. It makes sense to promote from within their organization. He knows the players better than just about anyone. The man can continue building off of the culture that Alex Cora created with everyone. Familiarity is sometimes the best option. For the Red Sox, Roenicke definitely fits the bill.
He Has Managerial Experience
Roenicke was the manager of the Milwaukee Brewers from 2011-2015. He brought the Brewers to the NLCS in 2011, only to lose to the St. Louis Cardinals. But the big thing is, he’s been a manager before. Don’t get me wrong. I think Carlos Febles or Jason Varitek can be great managers in due time. For right now with this Red Sox teams, they need a veteran that has been here before. Roenicke fits that bill as well.
At least the Red Sox have a manager in line now. It’s been a wild ride since everything came out. Let’s get back to baseball now. Sure, the Red Sox might not be as good as the previous years. But, at least we’ll have something to watch come spring and summer time.
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