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Salvatore Anthony Lovullo

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Lovullo watches over first base with the ump getting ready to make a call, October 2012 in Toronto.

In 2011, Torey Lovullo became the first base coach of the Toronto Blue Jays, after a 9-year career as a minor league manager. His last stop in the minors before joining the Jays was as manager of the Boston Red Sox's AAA farm team, the Pawtucket Red Sox; there he met John Farrell, the parent team's pitching coach, who offered him a job with the Jays when he was named the team's new manager. After the 2012 season, he followed Farrell back to Boston when John became the Red Sox's new skipper; Torey joined him as the team's new bench coach for 2013.

On August 14, 2015, Lovullo took over as manager of the Red Sox on an interim basis when John Farrell announced he needed to take a leave of absence to undergo treatment for cancer. The Red Sox were floundering in last place in the AL East at the time.


Preceded by
John Farrell]]
Boston Red Sox Manager
2015-
Succeeded by
current

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Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
2002 Columbus RedStixx South Atlantic League 79-60 3rd Cleveland Indians Lost League Finals
2003 Kinston Indians Carolina League 73-66 4th Cleveland Indians Lost in 1st round
2004 Kinston Indians Carolina League 88-50 1st Cleveland Indians League Champs
2005 Akron Aeros Eastern League 84-58 1st Cleveland Indians League Champs
2006 Buffalo Bisons International League 73-68 7th Cleveland Indians
2007 Buffalo Bisons International League 73-68 6th Cleveland Indians
2008 Buffalo Bisons International League 66-77 10th Cleveland Indians
2009 Columbus Clippers International League 57-85 13th Cleveland Indians
2010 Pawtucket Red Sox International League 66-78 12th Boston Red Sox
2015 Boston Red Sox American League Boston Red Sox replaced John Farrell (50-64) on August 14

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