Jerry Remy Says Red Sox May Need Manager to Make Them ‘Take Pride’ in Doing Their Jobs


Terry Francona said himself that the Red Sox need a new manager and more importantly, a new voice. For that reason, Francona has left the Red Sox after eight seasons.

Now, as the team picks up the pieces and moves on toward finding a new manager, they may need to find someone who can motivate a team that Francona could no longer get through to.

Jerry Remy and Tom Caron discussed that on Friday night, and they both thought that the Red Sox may be in need of someone who is more in-your-face. Remy said he thinks the Sox as players need to take more pride in what they do and in turn, have more respect for their teammates.

See more in the video above.