Carlos Mendoza was interviewed from Boston and Detroit for the manager position


The Venezuelan is one of the candidates to be manager of these Major League teams.

Courtesy | In the off-season, he was named Aaron Boone’s right hand man.

Venezuelan Carlos Mendoza is one of the candidates for the post of manager of the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers reported The New York Post.

Both MLB teams interviewed the Creole who is currently a bench coach for the New York Yankees.

In case of materialization, he will be the third Venezuelan to lead in the Major Leagues, the first being Oswaldo Guillén and Alfredo Pedrique.

Mendoza has a great reputation in American baseball, where he started as an in-house and quality control instructor since 2018.

He was recently named Aaron Boone’s right hand man.

He was also manager in several minor league teams such as Scottsdale Scorpions, in the Arizona Fall League (2012, 2016).

According to the media, the favorite to be a Red Sox driver is Alex Cora and for Tigres it is AJ Hinch.

But both have been fired for their involvement in the signature theft scandal, so they can’t be interviewed before the World Series ends.

The teams met candidates other than the Venezuelan.

Pedrique Salt de Oakland

Oakland Athletics will not renew Alfredo Pedrique’s contract as a reported third-tier coach San Francisco Chronicle. This is the only change the organization will make.

Second Athletics, Pedrique revealed that Oakland wants to give another person on the team a chance. The seasoned former player has been on the staff for the past three seasons.

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