Red Sox let Ron Roenicke go after one season

Breaking news has arrived out of Boston, as the Red Sox have fired manager Ron Roenicke after just one season in charge. 

It’s been a season to forget for the Boston Red Sox, with things going from bad to worse for manager Ron Roenicke. After just one year leading the Red Sox as the club’s manager, he’s already out of a job.

Per a report, Boston has indeed decided to part ways with Roenicke, firing him after the team had one of its worst seasons in recent memory, being eliminated from postseason contention for a while now.

Ron Roenicke has been fired as Boston’s manager after the team posted a losing record in 2020

As of this writing, with only one game left in the shortened 60-game season, the Red Sox are in dead last of the AL East standings with a 23-36 record.

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