John Farrell Opens Up About Firing From Red Sox: 'Every Situation Has A Shelf Life'Former Red Sox manager John Farrell took the high road when discussing his former employers for the first time since his firing, but also said it was difficult to accept losing his job.
For Alex Cora's Red Sox, 'Challenge Of Boston' Involves A Lot More Than WinningThere's something about Cora's comment that doesn't quite cover the scope that is Boston baseball.
Massarotti: Red Sox Have Bigger Issues Than Their Search For New ManagerYou undoubtedly have your favorites with regard to the identity of the next Red Sox manager. We all do. And the truth is that none of us have a clue about the fit.
Werner Supports Decision To Fire Farrell: 'The Right Thing To Do'Tom Werner issued a statement thanking John Farrell, but admitting he felt it was time to move on.
John Farrell Thanks Red Sox Fans, Players, Coaches And Executives In StatementJohn Farrell was fired as Red Sox manager on Wednesday morning, and later in the day he released a statement expressing thanks for his five years with the team as manager and four years as pitching coach.
In Press Conference To Explain Why He Fired John Farrell, Dave Dombrowski Doesn't Say Why He Fired John FarrellIn response to the first question sent his way, Dave Dombrowski sent this opening salvo: "I'm not going to share facts." Well then.
Bill Belichick Has Outlasted 17 Fellow Head Coaches In Boston SportsWhile the firing may be the biggest story in Boston sports at this moment, there is one man who probably has not yet learned of the news. His name is Bill Belichick.
Red Sox Fire John FarrellThe Boston Red Sox have fired manager John Farrell.
Roche: Red Sox Have To Make Some Big Decisions This OffseasonDan Roche highlights what the Red Sox need to do this offseason.
Shaughnessy: Red Sox Need To Fire Farrell On 'PR' AloneShaughnessy explains why the Red Sox can't bring Farrell back solely because of bad PR.
Who Could Replace John Farrell On Red Sox Bench? How About Alex Cora?When Rochie is no longer on your side, you know your days are numbered in Boston. So who could come in and replace John Farrell as manager of the Boston Red Sox.
Dolloff: Firing Farrell Not Nearly Enough To Fix Red Sox' Soft ClubhouseThe Red Sox need major changes, and it starts with the manager. But it's only a start.