The Boston Red Sox shocked the world of baseball on Sunday when it was announced that they fired longtime President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski following their loss to the New York Yankees.

In truth, the sacking displayed the complete opposite of class, as there are roughly 20 games left of the 2019 season and Dombrowski was literally the mastermind behind the 2018 World Series champion roster.

However, the organization's brass might just be in for a complete overhaul, as principal owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner are currently refusing to guarantee that manager Alex Cora will be with the club by the time a new front office boss is hired.