Tony La Russa Leaving Red Sox Organization To Become Angels Senior Advisor


November 12, 2019

Tony La Russa is leaving the Boston Red Sox organization.

La Russa, who has spent the last two seasons as an advisor, now will serve as a “senior advisor” for the Los Angeles Angels, the team announced Tuesday.

“In his role, La Russa will assist all areas of baseball operations including Major League player evaluations and minor league development,” the statement said.

This will be the third team La Russa, 75, has held a front-office role for. He spent 2014-17 with the Arizona Diamondbacks after retiring from managing the St. Louis Cardinals before coming to Boston.

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