The Sandy Leon era in Boston is over.
Sandy Leon's three-run homer capped off a Memorial Day win for the Sox.
Rick Porcello surrendered four runs in the first inning, but the Red Sox erupted for eight runs in the third inning to pick up their starter.
Chris Sale's stuff was better, but the results weren't as the Sox turned in another ugly performance.
The decision to move on from Blake Swihart is reactionary and unnecessary, and ends a long saga of the Red Sox mismanaging their former top prospect.
The Blake Swihart era is likely over in Boston.
The Red Sox will preserve their organizational catching depth with Sandy Leon accepting his assignment to Pawtucket.
The Red Sox still could preserve their depth at catcher after Sandy Leon went unclaimed on waivers.
The Red Sox may look to rid themselves of a logjam behind the plate.
Dave Dombrowski doesn't want to keep three catchers again this year, and the Sox could be looking to trade one for a pitcher.