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As first reported by WEEI’s Alex Speier and Rob Bradford, the Red Sox will acquire RHP David Carpenter from the Blue Jays in the compensation deal. The complete deal (so far) between the Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays: RED SOX ACQUIRE: Manager John Farrell, RHP David Carpenter BLUE JAYS ACQUIRE: SS Mike Aviles More [...]
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The Red Sox have officially buttoned up the deal that brings John Farrell to Boston as the Red Sox' new manager.
Shortstop Mike Aviles will head to Toronto, and the Red Sox will receive right-hander David Carpenter in return, the Red Sox have announced. News of the deal first came out late Saturday night.
"I'm extremely excited to be returning to the...
John Farrell will be welcomed back to Boston and the Red Sox family on Tuesday.
The club announced Monday afternoon that Farrell will be introduced at an introductory news conference at Fenway Park on Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET. The news conference will be held at the State Street Pavilion.
The Sox and Farrell came to an agreement over the weekend, which was announced...
With the return of John Farrell officially scheduled for Tuesday at noon, the question can change from who will manager the Red Sox in 2012, to who will get the most out of Farrell's return to Boston?
After a season in which Boston had a team ERA of 4.70 and a team high of 11 wins by Clay Buchholz, the starting rotation and staff as a whole needs needs a lift...
John Farrell is back and ready to take on the challenge that is the Boston Red Sox.
Farrell, who was hired by Boston after managing American League East rival Toronto for two seasons, will have a lot on his plate during his first year running the team. The most important duty, though, will be trying to fix a team that put together one of the worst seasons in franchise...
One of the main reasons the Red Sox pursued John Farrell to be their next manager was because of the connections Farrell had formed as Boston's pitching coach a couple of years ago.
Farrell worked closely with pitchers and other Red Sox players in his first stint in Boston. The team hopes Farrell will build on those relationships as he takes over in Boston this...
For the third consecutive year, the Boston Red Sox will have
a new Opening Day starting shortstop. Who that player
is come April 1 in New York remains to be seen, but it probably won't be Mike Aviles.
With Boston hiring former Toronto manager John Farrell to run the club in 2013
and beyond, Aviles will reportedly serve
as compensation and go to the Blue Jays...
It looks like the Red Sox have finally found their replacement for Bobby Valentine at manager. What did they give up to get him?
David Ortiz wants to remain in Boston. He wants to end his career with the Red Sox. However, to do so, he is looking for a two-year contract. The Red Sox did not want to give him more than a year last offseason, and it is very possible they will not want to go beyond a year this offseason. However, if they do not offer a two-year deal, there may be another team willing to...
Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos said he was frustrated that news of former manager John Farrell taking the Boston Red Sox job was leaked to the media before it was official. Reports came out Saturday that the Red Sox hired Farrell, but it was not approved by the Major League Baseball commissioner's office until Sunday. "It probably didn't go as...
The Boston Red Sox finally got their man. They were able to hire John Farrell as their new manager after giving the Toronto Blue Jays compensation so they would let him out of his deal a year early. A manager cannot make a lateral move and exit his contract without compensation so, in order to get Farrell, the Red Sox agreed to trade Mike Aviles to the Blue Jays.
Really? Aviles for...
Prior to the Boston Red Sox deciding to fire manager Bobby Valentine after just one season, it had been widely speculated that they had their sights on Toronto Blue Jays manager John Farrell. As the poorly kept secret became official Saturday night, many in the media as well as fans see no issue with Farrell leaving Toronto to go to Boston. Several will sight Farrell’s relationship...
According to many sources including Sean McAdam of CSNNE and Dan Roche of WBZ, the Red Sox have hired John Farrell as manager. They have signed him to a multi-year deal. Compensation was worked out with the Blue Jays. No word yet on who the player(s) headed to Toronto will be. Likely someone on 25-man [...]
The Boston Red Sox have found their next manager as they have signed John Farrell to a multi-year deal, Sean McAdam of CSNNE.com. There's no word as to what type of compensation the Blue Jays will receive.
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The Boston Red Sox have hired John Farrell as their next manager.