The Boston Red Sox are a professional baseball team headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The Red Sox are a member of the American League East division in Major League Baseball. The Red Sox have called Fenway Park home since 1912, when they were founded as one of the American League’s eight charter franchises in 1901. It is coordinated by the Manager Alex Cora.

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Alex Cora is a former Major League Baseball infielder and manager who most recently served as the Boston Red Sox’s administrator. He had played for a few teams throughout his baseball career, and in his first season as a manager, he led the Boston Red Sox to the 2018 World Series, making him the fifth manager in MLB history to accomplish so much.

As the manager of the Boston Red Sox, Alex Cora earns an annual compensation of $8,000,000.

During his stint with the Astros, Cora was accused in a sign-stealing incident following the 2019 season. Cora and the Red Sox mutually agreed to part ways before the 2020 season, amid an inquiry into whether he was involved in another sign-stealing controversy with the Red Sox.

For his role in the Astros’ controversy, Cora was suspended for the entire 2020 postseason. He returned to the Red Sox as their manager once his ban ended.