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Spring training is in full swing, with the first set of games in the books.
And while players work on returning to playing form, the media report on the teams’ progress and other camp happenings.
So it may have caught some by surprise when some of those happenings included an alleged relationship between a member of the media and someone on a team that person covers.
That is, unless someone said it involved the Boston Red Sox.
On Friday, Jessica Moran, a Red Sox reporter for Comcast Sports Net New England, resigned following questions over whether she was having a relationship with the team’s manager, John Farrell. “I have stepped away from Comcast Sports Net as I thought it was in my best personal and professional interest to do so,” Moran, who had been with the network since 2009, wrote in a text to the Globe.
The Globe reports that there had been “speculation among local and national baseball reporters about Farrell’s relationship with Moran” in the days leading up to the resignation, possibly kicked off after Farrell was listed as “not married” in the Red Sox 2016 media guide released last week.
Farrell confirmed that he and his wife of 30 years, Sue Farrell, are getting a divorce, but would not comment on his relationship with Moran; “My private life is private,” he said.
But the most bizarre part about all of this story may not be the alleged relationship between Moran and Farrell.