The Boston Red Sox are interviewing Gene Lamont for their managerial opening.
The former Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago White Sox manager is the last of five candidates scheduled to interview. New Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington has already brought in Torey Lovullo, Sandy Alomar Jr., Pete Mackanin and Dale Sveum.
The Red Sox have been looking for a manager since parting ways with Terry Francona after the team's 7-20 record in September left it out of the playoffs for the second straight year.
Lamont has been the third base coach for the Detroit Tigers since 2006. He also had that job with Boston in 2001.
He managed the White Sox from 1992-95 and Pittsburgh Pirates from 1997-2000.