Found October 21, 2012 on Bloody Sox:
The Boston Red Sox have agreed to terms with the Toronto Blue Jays on a deal that will make John Farrell the next manager of the Boston Red Sox. Farrell, who was the Red Sox pitching coach from 2006 to 2010, notched a 154-170 record during his 2 year stint as the Blue Jays manager.WEEI’s Rob Bradford reports that Mike Aviles will be sent to Toronto to complete the deal. The Red Sox will get either a player or cash to complete the deal. Farrell’s deal is for three years. Stay tuned to Bloodysox.com for updates.
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