Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
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The Red Sox Left a $195K Tip After a World Series Party

The Red Sox Left a $195K Tip After a World Series Party

But Cora's hometown party wouldn't be complete without some Red Sox players. "Looking at this team, we have guys from the USA and from the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Puerto Rico". Not a lot of people know where it is.

"I've been using this platform (as manager) the right way the whole time", Cora said here at Fenway Park on Thursday.

"I know the headlines don't show it, but I said I respect the president and I know that he helped our country".

They joined a caravan that was heading to Cora's hometown of Caguas where red-and-blue clad fans talked excitedly about their arrival. The manager got a hero's welcome, starting with a greeting by Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló at the airport.

Joining Cora and Price on the trip are Red Sox chairman Tom Werner, president Sam Kennedy, assistant hitting coach Andy Barkett, first base coach Tom Goodwin, advance scouting/statistical analysis coach Ramon Vazquez, Brock Holt, Sandy Leon, Eduardo Rodriguez, and Christian Vazquez.

It was a day of joy, pride and celebration for the island of Puerto Rico, a day that simultaneously inspired dreams while proving that the island, even damaged, was on the rebound from the impact of Hurricane Maria.

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