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Texas wraps up planned interviews with Bogar, Cora

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) The Texas Rangers have interviewed interim manager Tim Bogar for the job as Ron Washington's full-time replacement. Bogar and former major league player Alex Cora were the last of the eight planned interviews. The team had no comment beyond announcing Friday's interviews. After Washington resigned for personal reasons Sept. 5, the Rangers went 14-8...
Via AP on Fox
14 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN Baseball Tonight's Alex Cora Joins Us To Talk About The Nationals 2013 Season And Beyond

Bristol, CT - March 10, 2013 - Studio A: Alex Cora on the set of Baseball Tonight (Photo by Joe Faraoni / ESPN Images) The Washington Nationals will be playing the New York Mets on Sunday Night Baseball on Sunday at 8 pm ET on ESPN2 (WatchESPN, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes), and I had the opportunity to talk to Baseball Tonight analyst and former Nationals infielder Alex Cora about...
Via The Nats Blog
August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Manny Acta and Alex Cora on Baseball Tonight

Just a couple of ex-Nats making their debut on Baseball Tonight Sunday evening. There's Manny Acta and Alex Cora before the start of the show in a photo Tweeted by @MannyActa14 himself. And given the Manny Acta sighting, now seems as good a time as any to take a trip down memory lane with the great Acta-ccessories: Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.
Via Nationals Enquirer
March 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Former Red Sox IF Alex Cora Joins ESPN as MLB Analyst in Multiplatform Role

Here's a release from ESPN announcing that former Boston Red Sox IF Alex Cora will be joining ESPN: Former Major League Baseball player Alex Cora has joined ESPN and ESPN Deportes as an MLB analyst. Cora will provide insights and analysis for various platforms across both networks, including Baseball Tonight, Beisbol Esta Noche, SportsCenter and other studio programming....
Via Sox and Dawgs
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Infielder Alex Cora released by St Louis Cardinals

Alex Cora's brief career with St. Louis ended Sunday when the Cardinals released the utility infielder. Cora hit .208 in 24 at-bats with one run, one RBI and no extra base hits. He had agreed Feb. 6 to a minor league contract that would have paid $800,000 if he had been added to the 40-man roster. A 36-year-old who began his big league career with the Los Angeles Dodgers in...
Via AP on Fox
March 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Cora welcomes role of mentor this spring

Though Alex Cora did not sign with the Cardinals to serve as another instructor, it seems as if he will, in addition to fighting for a roster spot, willingly take on that role this spring.
Via mlb.com
February 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals add Cora; Oswalt less likely

Utility infielder Alex Cora's minor-league deal includes an invitation to spring training.
Via STLtoday.com
February 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Cardinals sign INF Cora to minors deal

The St. Louis Cardinals have agreed to a minor-league contract with infielder Alex Cora. Cora would earn $800,000 if he is added to the 40-man roster. The 36-year-old spent last season with the Washington Nationals, playing four positions. He batted .224 with six RBIs in 156 at-bats. Cora, known for his defense, has played with six teams during his 14-year career.
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Cards ink veteran infielder

ST. LOUIS (AP) Light-hitting infielder Alex Cora has agreed to a minor league contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and would get an 800,000 deal if added to the 40-man roster. The 36-year-old played all four infield positions last season for the Washington Nationals while appearing in 91 games and making 16 starts at third base. He hit .224 with six doubles, a triple and six RBIs...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Infielder Alex Cora agrees with Cardinals

Light-hitting infielder Alex Cora has agreed to a minor league contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and would get an $800,000 deal if added to the 40-man roster. The 36-year-old played all four infield positions last season for the Washington Nationals while appearing in 91 games and making 16 starts at third base. He hit .224 with six doubles, a triple and six RBIs in 156 at-bats...
Via AP on Fox
February 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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