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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora viajará a Boston a ser nombrado dirigente de los Medias Rojas una vez los Astros completen su participación en postemporada.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Alex Cora is going through his typical pregame routine, hitting grounders to Astros infielders before ALCS Game 7. He remains the frontrunner to be the next Red Sox manager, though nothing will be finalized until after the series is over. After tonight, the Astros will either move on to the World Series or head home.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony La Russa and Dave Dombrowski are old friends, but La Russa isn't interested in managing Red Sox — or any other team. "Passed the managerial baton," La Russa wrote in an e-mail. "I'm done." The Hall of Fame manager announced Wednesday he will leave his position in the Diamondbacks front office when his contract expires at month's end. La Russa, 73, hasn't managed since 2011 with the Cardinals.

A-Rod tricks Ortiz into wearing Yankees jacket (0:24)
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Owens rebounds in AFL

After a rough Arizona Fall League season debut (five walks in one inning), Henry Owens bounced back by allowing just one run in four innings for the Peoria Javelinas on Wednesday. He walked two and struck out two. Fellow Red Sox farmhand Michael Chavis went 0-for-4 -- his first hitless performance in Arizona. He's sporting a .323 average through seven games.

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4dScott Lauber

Ron Gardenhire interviews for Red Sox job

Ron Gardenhire was the third candidate the Red Sox interviewed for their managerial opening, following Alex Cora and Brad Ausmus. Boston is still discussing whether to expand the search.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox interviewed Ron Gardenhire today, as expected, a baseball source confirms. Sox are "still discussing" whether to bring in any other managerial candidates beyond Alex Cora, Brad Ausmus and Gardenhire.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's what Hanley Ramírez said to ESPN after his shoulder surgery: "I'm doing great; it was just a little thing, a bit of a cleanup to have a better swing. It was just a small thing and I'll be ready for spring training."

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5dScott Lauber

Boston's Rodriguez, Ramirez undergo surgeries

Boston's Hanley Ramirez, who underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday, is expected to be ready for the start of next season, but Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez may not be ready for the mound until April.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez had right knee patellofemoral ligament reconstruction that will keep him from pitching for 6 months, the team has announced.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

High praise from Astros ace Dallas Keuchel: "The Red Sox are the most knowledgeable group of hitters that I've ever pitched against. That's a compliment to their coaching staff, to their front office, to getting them ready, to the players to having a game plan."

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Hanley Ramirez is having surgery on his left shoulder, the Red Sox slugger announced Tuesday via Twitter. His shoulder bothered him all season, limiting him to primarily a DH role and contributing to a subpar .242/.320/.429 offensive performance with 23 homers and 62 RBI. "Coming back stronger in ‘18, love you all #RedSoxNation," Ramirez wrote. (Ctsy: @HanleyRamirez/Twitter)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Hanley Ramírez reveló en redes sociales que se sometió a cirugía de hombro. El primera base y bateador designado de los Medias Rojas puso una foto en su cuenta de Twitter en la cual dijo (traducido al español): "Hola, mi gente. Me sometí a cirugía en el hombro izquierdo hoy, manténganme en sus oraciones. Regresaré más fuerte en 2018". Ramírez ha sufrido de problemas de hombro desde la campaña pasada, pero había descartado la necesidad de someterse a cirugía.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Dustin Pedroia will decide within the next few days on a course of treatment for his left knee, according to a source familiar with his thinking. The Red Sox second baseman has seen specialists in New York and Boston. Surgery remains a possibility. "If you were to get it fixed, the recovery is a long time," Pedroia said last week. "So, I have a lot of things to weigh with the doctors and figure it out."

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

One day after he interviewed with Red Sox and one day before he meets Mets, praise keeps rolling in for Astros bench coach Alex Cora. "The guy is always bringing something to the table for the younger guys, which is great," Astros DH Carlos Beltran said. "He has good communication with the guys. He's always in the clubhouse getting to know the players, getting to know which buttons he could push on each player to make them go out there and play the game hard."

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8dScott Lauber

Astros' Cora interviews for Red Sox opening

Astros bench coach Alex Cora interviewed with the Red Sox on an off day during the ALCS. Cora will also have first-round interviews with the Mets and Tigers, sources told ESPN's Marly Rivera.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Earlier this season, Josh Reddick was telling me about the influence of Dustin Pedroia early in his career. "Once the [2011] season ended, he goes, 'Hey, Red, when you go to work out, we know how everybody wants big arms in this game. Don't worry about that. Focus on your legs. You'll hit for a lot more power.' It's ironic because I came out and hit 30 that next year [after being traded to the A's]. I was like, 'Man, he must really know what he's talking about.'"

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Arms for hire

Chicago's Wade Davis, Colorado's Greg Holland and Boston's Addison Reed all will enter free agency this offseason. Will any of these late-inning pitchers be in another uniform next season?

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Control remains issue for Owens in AFL

Henry Owens made his first start for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League on Thursday, walking five and allowing four runs on two hits in just an inning of work. The left-hander issued 115 free passes in 126 innings in the minors this year.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox announce that lefty reliever Robby Scott underwent a left elbow arthroscopy and debridement Wednesday at Massachusetts General Hospital. Scott, who was a surprise omission from the Division Series roster, is expected to be ready for spring training. He posted a 3.79 ERA and a 0.981 WHIP in 57 appearances this season.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25813th
On Base Percentage.32911th
Slugging Percentage.40726th
Earned Run Average3.704th
Quality Starts882nd