One PS appearance in three years…Boston fires Bloom, opting for change

The Boston Red Sox fired Haim Bloom, president of baseball operations.

MLB Dotcom reported on the 15th (Korea Standard Time) that the Boston club announced the dismissal of President Bloom ahead of a doubleheader against the New York Yankees.

Bloom, who took over as president of Boston in 2019, did not produce any clear results. Boston’s pride was hurt by staying last in the American League East in 2020 and 2022.먹튀검증

In 2021, he advanced to the American League Championship Series, but failed to reach the World Series after losing to the Houston Astros with a total of 2 wins and 4 losses.

My grades are not good this year either. With 74 wins and 72 losses this season, he is ranked fourth in the American League East. The wild card ranking is only fifth, making it unlikely to advance to the postseason.

Boston owner John Henry said in a press release, “This decision was not made lightly. It’s a sign of a new direction for our team. Haim’s efforts to revitalize baseball infrastructure have helped pave the way for the future. He said, “From now on, I’m trying to find new leadership.”

Boston Chairman Sam Kennedy said it could take some time to find Bloom’s replacement. The field staff said they needed improvement, but they are looking forward to accompanying Boston manager Alex Cora in the next season.

Brian O’Halloran, a longtime Boston general manager, was offered a new position in the baseball operations division.


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