Alex Cora can enjoy his first season as manager of the Boston Red Sox, now that he has a comfortable lead over the New York Yankees, heading into the final weeks of the season.
His older brother Joey, in his second season as a coach for the Pittsburgh Pirates, admires his brother’s accomplishments and fully understand the pressures of managing for a high-profile team like the Red Sox.
Both of the brothers had major-league playing careers. Alex played 14 seasons, primarily with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox, with whom he got a World Series ring in 2007. Joey played 11 seasons in the big-leagues, including one all-star season with Seattle in 1997.
The brothers didn’t face each other this season, but look forward to future competitions.
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