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New Red Sox skipper John Farrell will be bringing in one of his own to be Boston's bench coach next season.
According to ESPN.com, Tim Bogar said that he has been informed by the club that his services will not be retained in 2013.
The widespread belief is that Torey Lovullo, who spent two seasons as Farrell's first base coach in Toronto and managed Triple-A Pawtucket in 2010, will take over as the Red Sox' new bench coach. Farrell said Thursday in an interview with WEEI that the Red Sox had signed one coach to a contract and were close on another.
Bogar departs after four seasons in Boston. He served as the club's first base coach in 2009, the third base coach from 2010-11, and then as the bench coach under Bobby Valentine last season. The 2012 season didn't exactly go smoothly, though, as Valentine noted during his final days that there were some communication issues between he and his coaching staff. Bogar responded on Wednesday, defending ...
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BOSTON -- John Farrell wants to bring stability to the Red Sox, and that starts with the coaching staff.
While Farrell has reportedly brought Torey Lovullo from Toronto to become his bench coach, he said he's still discussing the rest of the team's coaching vacancies with Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington.
"I wouldn't say we're really...
The Boston Red Sox have named Torey Lovullo as bench coach under new manager John Farrell.
The team made the announcement on Friday, six days after Farrell was named manager after the Red Sox went 69-93 in their only season under Bobby Valentine, who was fired the day after it ended.
Lovullo, 47 was Toronto's first base coach the past two seasons when Farrell managed the Blue...
The easy part is over for Ben Cherington. He finally got the man he wanted all along,
bringing John Farrell back to Boston to manage the Red Sox. Now, the general manager has to put a team together that
can once again compete for a playoff spot.
After a 93-loss season, it won't be easy. But the 2012 Orioles showed us all it can be
done, claiming a wild card...
John Farrell has named his right-hand man.
On Friday, executive vice president/general manager Ben Cherington and Farrell announced that Torey Lovullo has been named the team's bench coach.
Lovullo, who served as first base coach on Farrell’s staff in Toronto for the 2011-12 seasons, returns for his second stint in the Red Sox organization after managing...
John Farrell is here, and already the negative talk has begun. Pitching coaches make bad managers. He was part of the problem in the Sox decline after 07. His record in Toronto was 154-170. This is a big moment in Red Sox history. Their image right now is that of a laughingstock- three managers in three years, players and coaches undermining Tito and Bobby V, owners' meetings...
Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington and new skipper John Farrell have completed their first act together in compiling a field staff for Farrell.
Today, they named Toronto Blue Jays first base coach Torey Lovullo as Farrell's bench coach. Luvullo was the manager for the Pawtucket Red Sox in 2010.
I had told Steve when Farrell was hired that I thought Lovullo...
In the least surprising move since John Farrell was named manager, Torey Lovullo has joined the Red Sox as bench coach, according to a joint announcement from Ben Cherington and John Farrell.
Lovullo of course was Farrell's first-base coach in Toronto, and before that was the Pawtucket manager, so he has long ties to this organization.
But did you know that he has a 1.167...
BOSTON –– John Farrell isn't afraid of the tough
As manager of the Blue Jays, he was willing to challenge
legendary shortstop Omar Vizquel's assessment of his managerial style. Farrell hopes that aggressive personality will continue to translate onto the field.
"I do know this -- an aggressive style is what we
want, and that takes...
BOSTON -- Terry Francona may be in Cleveland, but he's
still keeping his tabs on the state of the Red Sox.
When John Farrell accepted the job to become the
franchise's 46th manager history in history last Saturday, he called Francona -- he served as Francona's pitching coach with the Red Sox from 2007 to 2010 --
to share the news.
Turns out, the Indians skipper is...
While it's not exactly earth-shattering news, Andrew Bailey will likely be the Red Sox' closer in 2013.
John Farrell revealed such during a WEEI interview on Thursday. Bailey, of course, was expected to be Boston's closer after coming over from Oakland, but injuries sidelined him for a good portion of the 2012 season. The 28-year-old was then eased back...
Alfredo Aceves' 2012 season began and ended miserably. With some controversial moments thrown in the middle, it's fair to wonder what his future holds.
It'd be easy to say the Red Sox should part ways with Aceves before taking the field in 2013, but the righty has at times proven he has good stuff. Red Sox manager John Farrell said during an interview...
The Red Sox formally introduced John Farrell as their 46th manager in team history yesterday, and if there was one takeaway from the day – including the press conference and the numerous on-air and print interviews Farrell did – it is that he couldn’t be more unlike his immediate predecessor.
Speaking of which, Bobby Valentine appeared on Costas Tonight on the NBC Sports Network...
In Jason Varitek's waning years as a professional baseball player, Red Sox fans were calling for the catcher with the slow stroke and aging body to grab a seat on the bench. The captain was on grey side of 30 and the Sox had young, able guys ready to take over behind the dish.
Needless to say, it was time.
Now, less than one year after his retirement and about...
A.B. When the Boston Red Sox hired John Farrell to be their 46th manager in the history of the franchise this week, I wasn’t thrilled. After all, it wasn’t going to take too much managerial talent to replace Bobby V. And while Farrell may be the safe choice to man the dugout, I’m sure there are still a lot of Sox fans out there who aren’t overly excited. If the Fenway...
The Red Sox sent Mike Aviles to the Blue Jays in exchange for John Farrell, but it appears that they discussed sending a key piece of their bullpen up north as well.
Compensation talks between the two teams for Farrell's services came down to either Aviles or Red Sox closer Andrew Bailey, according to ESPN's Buster Olney, although it's unclear how the two clubs ultimately...