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John Farrell to Return as Red Sox Manager: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Despite being swept out of the 2016 American League Division Series by the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Red Sox reaffirmed their commitment to manager John Farrell on Tuesday. Dave Dombrowski, the team's president of baseball operations, announced Farrell will stay with the team in 2017, according to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.
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