Now that Bobby Valentine is officially out the door, the next step is to find a manager that will fill his role.
The popular pick seems to be John Farrell, currently the manager of the Blue Jays. But what if Toronto doesn't let him go? It's certainly not a given that he comes to Boston.
That leads us to our UNO's Sports Tonight Question of the Day:
If John Farrell isn't the Red Sox' next manager, who should it be?
Let us know in the comments section and be sure to check out UNO's Sports Tonight at 6:30 to continue the discussion.
ST. LOUIS - The Colorado Rockies have obtained right-hander Pat Neshek from the Philadelphia Phillies for three minor league players on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old Neshek is 3-2 with a 1.12 ERA in 43 relief appearances for the Phillies. A two-time All-Star, Neshek has played parts of 11 seasons with six teams.
"He's having a good year," Colorado third baseman Nolan Arenado said. "He's a veteran. He'll be a great addition to our bullpen."
Neshek is looking forward to his environs.
"It's exciting, jump right into a playoff race," Neshek said. "It's a great team with a great offense."
Colorado gave up right-handed pitchers J.D. Hammer and Alejandro Requena and infielder Jose Gomez.
Requena, a mid-season All-Star with Class-A Asheville, is 8-3 with 2.85 ERA in 10 games this season.
0:41 - Dustin Pedroia was reportedly one of the players that applauded David Price for his altercation with Dennis Eckersley on the team plane. Curran, Holley, Giles, and Smith give their reactions to the report.
5:11 - Tom Curran and Tom Giles talk about Bill Belichick and how he has actually improved as a coach and GM in the past few years compared to his earlier seasons with the Patriots.
10:36 - Kyle Draper joins BST with Curran, Holley, and Smith to discuss Isaiah Thomas not getting surgery on his injured hip, if that is the best option for him, and how it could affect the Celtics.
15:38 - Evan Drellich joins to talk about the Red Sox trading for Eduardo Nunez, his early impressions of Rafael Devers, and how they will handle playing time for both players at third base.