Former Texans president John Daniels turns down Boston recruiting offer

John Daniels, who once led the Texas Rangers, turned down new opportunities.

Boston-area sports media ‘WEEI’ quoted a source on the 14th (Korean time) and reported that Daniels declined an offer to recruit from the Boston Red Sox.

The Red Sox, who fired Chief Baseball Officer (CBO) Haim Bloom, are currently looking for a new person to lead the team.메이저사이트

Daniels could be an attractive replacement. He took office as the youngest general manager in the major leagues in 2005 and led the Rangers until he was fired in August 2022.

During this period, Texas advanced to the postseason five times, including two World Series appearances.

WEEI reported that Daniels turned down the offer from the Red Sox because he wanted to stay in Texas with his family.

The media reported that Daniels, who is close to Red Sox officials, including manager Alex Cora, initially showed interest in the position, but ultimately declined the offer, putting his family first.

Meanwhile, on the same day, ‘MassLive’ reported that the Red Sox are showing interest in Michael Hill, a former Miami Marlins executive. The media introduced that Vice President Eddie Romero is a candidate for internal promotion.

The process doesn’t seem to be going smoothly. MassLive, citing sources, reported that some external candidates that the Red Sox had considered had declined offers.

They added, quoting a former National League general manager, that the position of head of the Red Sox’s front office “does not seem to be an attractive position.


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