Red Sox fire Chaim Bloom

Red Sox fire Chaim Bloom

The Boston Red Sox fired chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom.

“While parting ways is not taken lightly, today signals a new direction for our club,” Red Sox owner John Henry said in a statement.

The Red Sox hired Bloom in October 2019. Boston made the postseason once during Bloom’s tenure, reaching the ALCS before falling to the Houston Astros in 2021.

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