CLEVELAND -- A year away from managing has been enough for Terry Francona, who craves a chance to get back on the field and back inside a major league clubhouse.The Cleveland Indians just might put him there.The former Phillies and Red Sox manager, who has spent the past season working as a TV broadcaster, interviewed Friday to be the Indians' next manager. Francona spent most of the day in meetings with Indians owner Paul Dolan, general manager Chris Antonetti and other members of Cleveland's front office.
CSN and Ford Hall Forum present a conversation about gender in sports hosted by CSN anchor Trenni Kusnierek. NBC Sports reporter Andrea Joyce, former Harvard Women’s Soccer player Brooke Dickens, Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey Head Coach Katie King Crowley, and SVP/GM of CSN New England Princell Hair discuss the changing challenges of women on and off the field, the intentions and practical applications of Title IX, and much more.
Interspersed throughout the forum will be clips of the documentary “TOMBOY,” complementing the conversation with even more perspectives of prominent female athletes, broadcasters and sports executives.
Monday, March 6, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Modern Theatre, Suffolk University, 525 Washington Street