The Cleveland Guardians are a professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The Guardians are a member of the American League Central division in Major League Baseball. Progressive Field has been their home since 1994.

What is Terry Francona’s Take Home Pay?

The Baseball manager Terrence Jon Francona enjoys a salary of $900,000 million as his take-home pay.

Terrence Jon Francona, also known as “Tito,” is the manager of the Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Guardians. He was previously the manager of the Boston Red Sox, when he led the team to two World Series championships, ending an 86-year title drought.

Terrence Jon Francona was born on April 22, 1959, in Aberdeen, South Dakota, United States.

Francona was appointed to manage the Red Sox in 2004 after a four-year tenure as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies and led the franchise to their first championship since 1918. In 2007, he led Boston to another World Series victory, and he managed the team until the end of the 2011 season when his contract was not renewed.

Francona was recruited as the manager of the Cleveland Indians in 2013, and he guided them to the American League pennant in 2016. He guided the Indians to a 22-game winning streak in August and September 2017, the lengthiest in MLB history.


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