Red Sox reportedly interview former Reds manager Bryan Price for pitching coach position


The Red Sox' front office has been partaking in a flurry of interviews of late, needing to fill spots for their pitching coach, assistant pitching coach and assistant hitting coach positions.

One notable name has been surfaced as a candidate.

According to Yahoo! Sports' Tim Brown former Reds manager Bryan Price is in the mix to replace Dana LeVangie as pitching coach.

Red Sox have spoken to Bryan Price about pitching coach opening. Makes a lot of sense.

— Tim Brown (@TBrownYahoo) October 20, 2019

After serving as pitching coach for the Reds from 2010-13, Price took over as Cincinnati's manager in 2014. He lasted in the position until 2018, finishing the managerial stint with a 279-387 record, having been let go after starting the '18 season 3-15. Prior to joining the Cincy organization he was pitching coach for Seattle and Arizona.

Price is preparing to be Team USA's pitching coach for the upcoming WBSC Premier 12 international tournament.