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Terry Francona determined in October that he is returning as supervisor of the Cleveland Guardians in 2023. He might have to discover a new trip to the ballpark this spring.
In accordance with an Related Press and ESPN report, Francona’s scooter was stolen outdoors his Cleveland house over the weekend. Per the report, “Tito” travels from his downtown house to Progressive Subject on sport days by way of the scooter.
The report stated that police have been made conscious of the theft, which occurred both late Friday evening or early Saturday. Though Francona spends his offseasons in Arizona, he was in Ohio over the weekend for “Guards Fest” — the staff’s annual winter fan pageant — and seen that his transportation was lacking.
In accordance with the report, the 63-year-old two-time World Sequence champion supervisor has used a scooter to get to the Guardians’ dwelling park “in recent times.”
A former first-round draft choose of the Montreal Expos and 10-year professional, Francona managed the Philadelphia Phillies from 1997 by way of 2000, earlier than spending his most outstanding days within the dugout with the Boston Purple Sox from 2004 by way of 2011. He received each of his World Sequence titles with Boston — serving to the franchise finish the “Curse of the Bambino” in 2004 — and has been with Cleveland since 2013, incomes an AL pennant in 2016.
“Tito” has received three AL Supervisor of the Yr Awards with Cleveland, together with in 2022.