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Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Reacts To ESPN Giving In To Yankees’ Demands

Should ESPN have stood its ground? The New York Yankees, upset over the prospect of playing three games in two cities in 24 hours, were threatening to boycott ESPN over a controversial July 8 scheduling change. But ESPN caved Tuesday, and the Yankees no longer will have to play at 8 p.m. in Toronto the night before a doubleheader in Baltimore. Now, it was easy to sympathize with the Yankees, as playing so much baseball in such a small amount of time is brutal, especially when you factor in travel. But that doesn’t mean ESPN should’ve given in to New York’s demands. Prior to his team’s game against the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday, Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora weighed in on ESPN’s compromise.

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