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Red Sox announce manager Ron Roenicke won’t return after one season

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revealed Sunday that Ron Roenicke will not return as the club’s supervisor in the 2021 season. Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Flower made the statement just hours prior to their season ending versus the Braves.

“Throughout this difficult season, Ron’s consistency and professionalism kept the environment in our clubhouse efficient

and provided all of our gamers space to grow and establish,”said Flower said.”While we believe that, progressing, we will gain from new management and brand-new energy, that does not reduce how highly we feel about Ron. He is a man of the greatest character who appreciates our players and the Red Sox organization. As bench coach, he assisted this team win a world champion. As manager, he revealed poise and leadership in browsing an incredibly tough year. We are grateful for all of his contributions in our uniform.”The look for a new manager will start instantly. Roenicke took over as interim manager after the firing of Alex Cora in the offseason. Less than three months later on, the interim title was dropped. Under

Roenicke, the Red Sox went 23-36 and ended up last in the AL East

. This was Roenicke’s second stint as a major-league supervisor. He handled the Milwaukee Makers to a 342-331 record in five seasons from 2011-15. Contact Analis Bailey at [email protected] or on Twitter @analisbailey. Facebook Email

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