Source: Permission hasn’t been asked to talk to Torey Lovullo
|11.03.13 at 12:30 pm ET|
According a major league source, the Red Sox have not been asked formal permission by any organization to interview any members of their major league coaching staff for a managerial position.
It was reported earlier Sunday that Torey Lovullo was slated to interview with the Cubs later this week. Lovullo has been a candidate for the managerial openings in both Seattle and the Cubs.
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