Major League Baseball (MLB) Boston Red Sox suddenly fired Haim Bloom, president of baseball operations.온라인바카라
MLB.com reported on the 15th (Korean time) that the Boston team announced the dismissal of President Bloom ahead of a doubleheader with the New York Yankees.
The decisive reason why President Bloom stepped down mid-season was ‘poor performance’.
Since President Bloom took office in 2019, Boston has advanced to the postseason only once in the past three seasons. In 2020 and 2022, the team fell to the bottom of the American League’s Eastern Division, damaging the pride of the prestigious team.
The results this season are also not good. As of the 15th, they remain in 4th place in the district with a season record of 74 wins and 73 losses. Even in the wild card competition, it is not easy to advance to fall baseball as we are far behind the leaders.
“The decision to fire was not made lightly,” Boston CEO Sam Kennedy said in a statement. “We all know where the team is, and the reality is that our fans are feeling the pain as deeply as we are. “We deserve to have a competitive team that can advance to the postseason and win,” he said, adding that he had made the decision to make the change.
The club announced that long-time Boston general manager Brian O’Halloran has taken a new senior position within the baseball operations department.
CEO Kennedy emphasized, “Our goal is to be a World Series champion. We are here to win the World Series. We will not waste any opportunities while we are here, and we will work to get the team back on track.”