Kim Ng may not be looking to rush into another job after her surprise departure as general manager of the Miami Marlins earlier this week.
Per Chris Cotillo and Sean McAdam of MassLive.com, Ng declined a chance to interview with the Boston Red Sox about their front-office vacancy previously occupied by Chaim Bloom.
The Marlins announced on Monday that Ng wasn’t returning after she declined her mutual option for 2024. The team already made the decision to pick up its side of the option.
Per The Athletic’s Brittany Ghiroli, Ng’s decision to leave the Marlins was the result of “numerous instances” in which she felt as if she was “being stripped of her power and underappreciated by the club.
Among the issues at play, according to Ghiroli, was the team’s decision to let Ng play out her contract rather than offer her an extension after the Marlins made the playoffs in 2023 and they wanted to hire a president of baseball operations who would have authority over Ng in the front office.
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