“My gut feeling is they haven’t talked to me yet,” Valentine said prior to Boston’s 4-2 loss to the Rays on Wednesday night. “There hasn’t been any dialogue. We’ve talked, but not about that. Which makes me think I’m coming back. I don’t know.”
Red Sox owner John Henry has stated multiple times the organization will wait until after the season to evaluate their team, including their manager.
With Wednesday night’s loss, the Red Sox fell to 69-87 on the season and 34-47 at home. It’s their worst home record since 1965, and with six games remaining they have a chance for their worst overall record since losing 100 games that year.
“Disappointing,” Valentine said of the Red Sox’ record at Fenway "
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