After a two-year hiatus, John Farrell is looking to make his way back into an MLB dugout.
The former Red Sox skipper reportedly will interview for the Los Angeles Angels' open managerial position, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network. The Angels parted ways with manager Brad Ausmus at the end of the 2019 regular season.
John Farrell is expected to interview for #Angels managerial vacancy this week, sources indicate. As a World Series-winning manager with strong pitching background, Farrell is a fit for Angels if Joe Maddon (the frontrunner to land the job) goes elsewhere. @MLBNetwork @MLB— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) October 9, 2019
While the Angels are doing their due diligence by interviewing Farrell, ex-Cubs manager Joe Maddon is considered the heavy favorite to land the gig. Maddon also is scheduled for an interview this week and reportedly is expected to be announced the Angels' new manager shortly afterward.
Farrell finished his tenure in Boston with a 432-378 record while winning three division titles and the 2013 World Series in his inaugural season. He was fired by the Red Sox following the 2017 campaign and replaced by Alex Cora.
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