Former Houston Astros manager Bo Porter has interviewed with Rice University as the school searches for a new baseball coach, according to Major League Baseball sources.
Porter managed the Astros in 2013 and 2014.
He has also worked as a coach for the Florida Marlins, Arizona Diamondbacks, Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves.
Porter played parts of three seasons with the Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s and Texas Rangers.
Porter is currently the director of player development and youth initiatives for the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Prior to that he was a special assistant to the general manager for the Braves from 2016-18.
Porter and his wife Stacey run a charitable organization in Houston, the Stacey and Bo Porter SELF (Sports, Education, Life Skills, Faith) Foundation.