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Ex-Cubs hitting coach Iapoce lands job with Red Sox originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Ex-Cubs hitting coach Anthony Iapoce has landed a new gig.

Iapoce, whom the Cubs fired after the 2021 season, is joining the Red Sox player development staff as a senior hitting coordinator, Boston announced Thursday.

Iapoce spent the last three seasons as Cubs hitting coach after holding the same role with the Rangers from 2016-18.

He previously was a key minor-league instructor with the Cubs (2013-15) when many hitters from the organization’s recent competitive window were coming up through the farm system.

The Cubs parted ways with him in October, later naming Rays minor league hitting coordinator Greg Brown their new hitting coach.

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