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Sandy Alomar Jr. is the latest candidate to interview for the Red Sox managerial position, and though he has no prior managerial experience, Alomar made it clear that each person has a different path. Alomar spent 20 seasons in the majors as a catcher. He also served as the Mets catching instructor in 2008 and 2009 and as the Indians first base coach before becoming Cleveland's bench coach this past season. The Boston Globe's Peter Abraham spoke about Alomar's interview with the Red Sox on Wednesday, during which the longtime major league catcher used his playing experience to help him...
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Cleveland Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. interviewed for the Chicago Cubs managerial opening Friday.
The Cubs have already interviewed Phillies bench coach Pete Mackanin, Brewers hitting coach Dale Sveum and Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux as possible replacements for the fired Mike Quade.
Alomar spent parts of 20 seasons catching in the majors. He was the 1990 AL Rookie...
BOSTON (AP) -- Ben Cherington was in his first year in a major league front office -- as an advance scout for the Cleveland Indians -- when he came across Sandy Alomar Jr.
"He didn't know who I was, in '98 with Cleveland," said Cherington, who is now the Red Sox general manager and leading the search for a new manager in Boston. "But I saw him in the clubhouse...
Alomar has lineage and long playing experience on his resumeSandy Alomar Jr. flew home to Chicago from Boston on Thursday, taking a little time off to relax before preparing for his Friday interview for the Cubs' managerial vacancy.
The interview process is extensive. That’s how the Cubs’ new Brat Pack wants it. Questions, game scenarios, interviews with the media, computer knowledge … heck, might as well throw in an interrogation lamp and then a rescue mission behind enemy lines just to weed out the truly weak candidates...
The Cubs have talked to a former infielder, a hitting coach, and a pitching coach, and on Friday, they'll interview a former catcher when Sandy Alomar Jr. comes to Wrigley Field to discuss the team's managerial vacancy.
BOSTON (AP) - Ben Cherington was in his first year in a major league front office _ as an advance scout for the Cleveland Indians _ when he came across Sandy Alomar Jr."He didn't know who I was, in '98 with Cleveland," said Cherington, who is now the Red Sox ...
Sources told ESPNChicago.com's Bruce Levine Tuesday that Cleveland Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. will interview with the Cubs later this week. He is scheduled to be interviewed by the Red Sox on Wednesday.
Cleveland Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. will interview with the Cubs on Friday. He is scheduled to be interviewed by the Red Sox on Wednesday.
Less than five years removed from his last Major League game, Sandy Alomar Jr., who interviewed with the Red Sox on Wednesday, feels he is ready to sink his teeth into managing.
Ben Cherington was in his first year in a major league front office -- as an advance scout for the Cleveland Indians -- when he came across Sandy Alomar Jr.
Longtime catcher thinks communication skills and respectful nature huge assetAfter Sandy Alomar Jr. finished interviewing for the Cubs managerial vacancy Friday, general manager Jed Hoyer said the four interviewees "probably" make up the field.
The question of how to handle Carlos Zambrano came up during Sandy Alomar Jr.’s post-interview press conference on Friday, giving Alomar a chance to match wits with the Cubs' last managerial candidate, Mike Maddux.
"Sandy will get his shot. At this time in his career, I think he is a year away at best. I would love to see Sandy manage the Indians in the future." - ncarolinafan
The Boston Red Sox plan to interview Torey Lovullo and Gene Lamont for their managerial opening. They team said Tuesday they will be interviewed this week along with Cleveland bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr., whose interview Wednesday was announced earlier. Terry Francona left as manager two days after the regular season ended.
Born: June 18, 1966 (age 45) in Salinas, Puerto Rico.