The Red Sox are set to appoint Craig Breslow as their Chief Baseball Officer


Craig Breslow has officially accepted the Red Sox's offer to assume the role of head of baseball operations, according to reports by Alex Speier and Michael Silverman of the Boston Globe (X link). It is anticipated that he will be designated as the team's chief baseball officer, as per Chris Cotillo's report on MassLive (on X). The team is expected to make the formal announcement of his hiring on Wednesday. At 43 years old, Breslow, a Yale graduate, brings a wealth of experience to the role, having spent 12 seasons as a reliever in the major leagues. Although he had stints with seven different organizations, he is most renowned for his time with the Red Sox. Hailing from New Haven, Breslow pitched a total of 211 innings over five seasons with Boston, notably achieving a remarkable 1.81 ERA during the 2013 World Series championship-winning campaign.

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