PawSox Insider Podcast: Beyeler, MacPherson

From coaching staff changes, to players coming and going through free agency, there seems to be no lack of storylines for the PawSox this off-season. As a result, it seemed like a natural idea to create a podcast version of our PawSox Insider radio show for an in-depth look at all the news.

Twice a month you’ll be able to hear my interviews with players, coaches, and local Boston media members talking all things PawSox. Soon the podcast will be available for download on the iTunes store and will always be accessible at pawsox.com.

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In the first episode I interviewed former Pawtucket manager Arnie Beyeler about his promotion to Boston as the Red Sox new first base coach. One of the interesting things Arnie talked about was how much his experience as a pro scout for the Detroit Tigers helped his development as a manager. We also chatted about his new relationship with Red Sox manager John Farrell and what he likes about his managerial style.

Arnie was all smiles after guiding the PawSox to their first Governors’ Cup championship in 28 years. (Kelly O’Connor)

Brian MacPherson (@brianmacp) of the Providence Journal then joined me on the phone to discuss why Arnie is a good fit in Boston and who might be his successor in Pawtucket.

I hope you enjoy the first podcast of the off-season. If there is anyone you’d like to hear from in an upcoming episode, feel free to reach out to me using my contact info below.

-AG

@aaronmgoldsmith
agoldsmith@pawsox.com

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