Alex Cora congratulates Bruins on great season after Stanley Cup Final loss


The Bruins couldn't get the job done in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, but Alex Cora still is proud of what the team accomplished this year.

The Red Sox manager congratulated the B's on their great season prior to Thursday night's matchup vs. the Rangers.

"To put themselves in that position is pretty remarkable," Cora said. "I don't know much about the sport, but I know if you play in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup you did a good job."

Cora also acknowledged his ballclub being the only one of Boston's core four teams in the spotlight until Patriots training camp gets underway.

"Here we go. It's our stage," he said.

Boston looks to pick up some momentum heading into the midpoint of the season as it currently sits 7.5 games back in the American League East with a 35-34 record.

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