Bobby Doerr (left) and Johnny Pesky both played for the Red Sox and later served as Red Sox coaches.
Bobby Doerr (left) and Johnny Pesky both played for the Red Sox and later served as Red Sox coaches.

The following is a list of coaches, including role(s) and year(s) of service, for the Boston Red Sox American League franchise (1901–present), known during its early history as the Boston Americans (1901–1907).

Bench coach

Ron Roenicke served as bench coach for the 2018 championship team.
Ron Roenicke served as bench coach for the 2018 championship team.

Third base coach

Al Schacht was third base coach in 1935 and 1936.
Al Schacht was third base coach in 1935 and 1936.

First base coach

Rudy York was first base coach from 1959 through 1962.
Rudy York was first base coach from 1959 through 1962.

Hitting coach

Hall of Famer Jim Rice was hitting coach from 1995 through 2000.
Hall of Famer Jim Rice was hitting coach from 1995 through 2000.

Assistant hitting coach

Pitching coach

In 1921, Jimmy Burke, who played in the major leagues between 1898 and 1905, was the first Red Sox pitching coach.
In 1921, Jimmy Burke, who played in the major leagues between 1898 and 1905, was the first Red Sox pitching coach.

Assistant pitching coach

Bullpen coach

Johnny Schulte was bullpen coach in 1949.
Johnny Schulte was bullpen coach in 1949.

Others

Former Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek joined the uniformed coaching staff in 2021.
Former Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek joined the uniformed coaching staff in 2021.

Current

Past

Notes

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