The Red Sox Have Made A Decision Whether They’ll Visit The White House. Here’s What Will Happen
The 2018 World Series Champions have made a decision on whether they will visit the White House.
In a tip posted Monday to Twitter, Mass Live reporter and Red Sox beat writer Chris Cotillo confirmed that the Red Sox will pay a visit to the White House to celebrate their victory with the president. (RELATED: Red Sox Manager Hints Whether His Team Will Attend The White House)
Red Sox have been invited to the White House and have accepted, per Sam Kennedy. Looking at dates now to make something work.
— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) December 3, 2018
Alex Cora will go. Promises to use the platform in the “right way,” representing Puerto Rico.
— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) December 4, 2018
Early in November, Red Sox manager Alex Cora, who is Puerto Rican by birth, indicated he would take his team to the White House if the decision were up to him.
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“If you start looking at this team, we’ve got guys from the United States and from the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Puerto Rico,” he said, via Mass Live. “So I’ll use the platform the right way. Like I said before, and I know the headlines don’t show it, I say I respect the president of the United States. And I know he [helps] our country (Puerto Rico). So whenever we have to make the decision we’ll make it. And it’s going to be respected.”
A date is still to be determined.