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Former Guardians Manager Could be Back Managing in the Near Future

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Early Thursday afternoon, Tim Kurkijan of ESPN, heard that Terry Francona could manage again soon.

"Was told Tito is going to get healthy and then he'll be back [managing] in a year and a half...he loves the game, part of his fiber in every way, would not be shocked to see him back."

At the end of the 2023 baseball season, then manager of the Guardians Terry Francona announced that he would retire from the game. Francona spent 23 years as manager of the Phillies, Red Sox, and Guardians. Most famously winning two World Series in Boston. He then spent the last eleven seasons as manager of the Guardians.


Francona ended his career due to health concerns but is now reportedly considering managing again. Francona is no stranger to the game. On top of his 23 year managerial career, he spent ten seasons in the big leagues with Montreal, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Chicago (NL).


There is no doubt that Francona would command a slew of clubs who would be interested in his managerial future. Francona is a legend of the game and has proved that he has what it takes to lead a club to the promise land. The question is, what club could be next?


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