Ron Roenicke Expects To Discuss Future With Red Sox Before Offseason

Roenicke has said he hopes to return as manager

As Major League Baseball’s regular season comes to a close, Boston Red Sox manager Ron Roenicke spent much of Wednesday’s pregame press conference talking about the future of the club.

Roenicke’s own future with the organization, however, is uncertain.

Roenicke has made it clear he would like to manage in 2021, but explained that he hasn’t yet had the conversation.

As the Red Sox finish up their series against the Baltimore Orioles this week and begin their last set against the Atlanta Braves this weekend, Roenicke expects to begin discussion.

“I haven’t talked to (chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom) yet about it,” Roenicke said Wednesday. “I know he’s going to Atlanta. I’m sure we’ll have a conversation somewhere before I leave (for the offseason). So not sure on where that will take place.”

Roenicke was promoted from bench coach to manager on a one-year contract after Alex Cora and the Red Sox parted ways this offseason.

We’ll see what the future holds soon.

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