The Purple Sox announced Sunday that Ron Roenicke is not going to return because the membership’s supervisor subsequent season.
Roenicke was employed because the Purple Sox’ bench coach in Nov. 2017. In February, he was named the team’s interim manager and in April, Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom removed Roenicke’s interim tag.
Roenicke, nevertheless, was solely underneath contract for the 2020 season.
“All through this tough season, Ron’s consistency and professionalism saved the atmosphere in our clubhouse productive and gave all of our gamers room to develop and develop,” Bloom said in a statement. “Whereas we imagine that, shifting ahead, we are going to profit from new management and new vitality, that doesn’t diminish how strongly we really feel about Ron.”
The Purple Sox are 23-36 this season and can play their remaining recreation of the 12 months Sunday in Atlanta.
Roenicke changed Alex Cora, who was let go within the wake of the Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Throughout its investigation, MLB discovered the Astros stole indicators electronically with using an outfield digicam through the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Cora, who served as Houston’s bench coach in 2017, was named within the report as one of many important architects of the scheme. He was suspended for the 2020 MLB season.