Advance to PS once in 3 years… Boston chooses change, fires CEO Bloom

The Boston Red Sox fired Haim Bloom, president of baseball operations. reported on the 15th (Korean time) that the Boston team announced the dismissal of President Bloom ahead of a doubleheader with the New York Yankees.아톰카지노

President Bloom, who took office as Boston president in 2019, failed to achieve any notable results. Boston suffered pride by staying in last place in the American League East Division in 2020 and 2022.

In 2021, they advanced to the American League Championship Series, but failed to advance to the World Series due to a series record of 2 wins and 4 losses to the Houston Astros.

The results are not good this year either. They are ranked 4th in the American League East Division with 74 wins and 72 losses on the season. The wild card ranking is only 5th, so the chances of advancing to the postseason are slim.

Boston owner John Henry said in a press release, “This decision was not made lightly. It signals a new direction for our team. Haim’s efforts to revitalize baseball infrastructure have helped lay the foundation for the future. From now on, new leadership “We are trying to find out,” he said.

Boston Chairman Sam Kennedy said it may take time to find Bloom’s successor. He said the on-field staff needs improvement, but he looks forward to working with Boston coach Alex Cora next season.

Longtime Boston general manager Brian O’Halloran has been offered a new position in baseball operations.

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