It’s been quite a year for Alex Cora.
The Boston Red Sox hired the then-42-year-old last October, and what he has done since is both historic and remarkable. Cora led Boston to a franchise-best 108 regular-season wins before beating the New York Yankees and Houston Astros in the American League Division and Championship Series, respectively.
But Sunday night marked the biggest milestone for the first-year manager: winning the World Series.
The Red Sox won Game 5 at Dodger Stadium, sealing an incredible first season for Cora.
After the victory and some on-field celebration, Cora finally was able to get his hands on the World Series trophy. In doing so, he revealed where he wants to bring the hardware.
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