January 19, 1995 in Sports

Crossing The Line

Compiled From Wire Services

Boston Red Sox manager Kevin Kennedy said he’ll work during the strike, even if it costs him licensing fees and benefits provided by the players’ union.

Two of his coaches, Herm Starrette and Dave Oliver, also said they would work despite the potential loss of income.

The union has said its executive board will consider whether to stop representing managers, coaches and trainers who work with replacement players.

Oakland’s Tony La Russa is the only manager who has said he’s undecided about managing strikebreakers.

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