Baseball manager and former infielder Jose Alexander Cora is the current manager of the Boston Red Sox of the MLB (MLB). He spent 14 seasons in the major leagues with the Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, New York Mets, Texas Rangers, and Washington Nationals before retiring in 2012.
When the Houston Astros won their first World Series in 2017, Cora was the Astros’ bench coach after retiring as a player. When Cora was hired as the team’s manager in 2017, he guided the team to a franchise-best 108 wins and the World Series title.
Fifth MLB manager to win the World Series in his debut season, and first Puerto Rican head coach of a winning club in Major League Baseball’s postseason history.
Cora had an interview with the Boston Red Sox during the 2017 ALCS for the available managerial post. It was then rumored that Cora will take over as manager of the Red Sox.
A three-year deal for manager Alex Cora was revealed by the Red Sox on October 22, one day after the Astros defeated the Yankees in the 2017 ALCS. After the World Series, on November 2, 2017, Cora officially took over as manager. The 2018 Red Sox season ended with a record of 108 wins and 54 defeats under Cora’s leadership.
How Tall is Alex Cora?
How Tall is Alex Cora?: Alex Cora is 6 feet tall 1.8m