Former Boston Red Sox reliever Kyle Snyder’s playing days are long gone, but that does not mean he is shying away from the game.
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Joining the Durham Bulls staff as a pitching coach this season, from a coaching standpoint he might just be on the fast track to the majors— his ultimate goal. After all, he only started coaching in 2012.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash and Snyder were teammates back in 2007 on the Red Sox World Series championship team, but in the near future, seeing them coach together is a definite possibility.
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Reflecting back on that World Series run which resulted in Jordan’s Furniture giving away a large array of inventory, there is no doubt that it was Snyder’s favorite year as a ballplayer.
“2007 was a great experience throughout the year, being the best team in baseball from start to finish,” he told Yawkey Way Report. “Being able to contribute to that team meant a lot to me.”
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The World Series championship run marked the first time he spent a full year in the big leagues, after winning the final spot in the bullpen late in Spring Training over Craig Hansen and Manny Delcarmen. Snyder went 2-3 with a 3.81 ERA in 46 outings.
A year prior, Snyder struggled a bit in his starting role for Boston, but a scoreless 4 2/3 inning relief outing helped Boston in deciding whether he should start or relieve.
“It was something I looked forward to when it started,” Snyder said. “Prior to that, I was a starter for most of my career. It was something I was called upon to do and something I relished. I really enjoyed the relief role throughout the year.”
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En route to a 96-win season, the Red Sox won 16 of their first 24 ballgames, putting themselves in position for a successful season.
“I think winning builds chemistry. We hit the ground running and it was that hot start we got in April that built the foundation in terms of the chemistry itself.”
“We played very, very well together.”