The manager of the Boston Red Sox , Alex Cora , confessed today before the third game of the Division Series against the Rays Tampa Bay head coach of the New England Patriots, Bill Belichick sent him a text message, wishing you good luck.
"I got the text from this random area code. That's cool, to be honest with you, for somebody of his status to wish us luck." — Alex Cora, on Bill Belichick https://t.co/1NueXjah1H
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“That was the most memorable thing of the year,” Cora told ESPN. “I got the text message from a random phone code. To be honest, it feels great that someone of your status wished you good luck.”
Cora also revealed that Belichick also contacted him before and after the game against the New York Yankees, which further strengthens their relationship as Boston’s team chiefs.
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