Blue Jays hire John Farrell as manager
TORONTO -- Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos had interviewed 18 candidates for the manager's job and still couldn't make up his mind.
"I think I drove my wife crazy," he said Monday.
In the end, Anthopoulos picked the person he'd felt a bond with right from the start: Boston Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell.
Farrell was chosen to succeed Cito Gaston, who retired after the season ended. It will be Farrell's first managerial job.
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