Terry Francona is an American professional baseball manager and former professional baseball player who has a net worth of five million. Terry Francona was created in Aberdeen, South Dakota in April 1959. He was a very first baseman and outfielder who batted and threw left handed. Francona won the College World Series in 1980 at the Faculty of Arizona and he was the tournament's MVP and also won the Golden Spikes Award. He was drafted in the 1980 Major League Baseball Draft by the Montreal Expos and made the MLB debut of his for the Expos in 1981. Francona had for the Expos from 1981 to 1985. He also had for the Chicago Cubs in 1986, the Cincinnati Reds in 1987, the Cleveland Indians in 1988, and the Milwaukee Brewers from 1989 to 1990. Francona has managed the Philadelphia Phillies through 1997 to 2000, the Boston Red Sox through 2004 to 2011, and the Cleveland Indians after 2013. He's likewise been a coach for the Detroit Tigers in 1996, the Texas Rangers in 2002, and the Oakland Athletics in 2003. Francona has won 2 World Series Championships as a manager with the Red Sox and was called American League Manager of the entire year in 2013.
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