Jerry Remy says he’ll remain on Red Sox broadcasts

Jerry Remy left Cambridge Probate Court after a custody hearing on his granddaughter, Arianna Remy on March 25.
Cambridge, MA 032514 Jerry Remy (cq) left Cambridge Probate Court after a custody hearing on his granddaughter, Arianna Remy (cq), Tuesday, March 25 2014. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff) section: Metro slug: 26remy reporter: Eric Moscowitz –The Boston Globe

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Jerry Remy does not plan to step down from his post as color analyst for NESN’s Red Sox broadcasts, according to a Globe report. Remy told Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy Thursday that he plans to continue in the role despite his son, Jared, facing an October trial for the murder of girlfriend Jennifer Martel.

“I’m planning on being in Baltimore Monday,’’ Remy told Shaughnessy.

Earlier this week, Red Sox owner John Henry (who also owns the Globe and Boston.com), told WCVB he supports Remy.

"I've told him, all of us in Red Sox Nation stand behind him," said Henry "It's a terrible thing he's been going through, but we're really glad to have him back."

A March 24 Sunday Globe story detailed Jared Remy’s lengthy history in the Massachusetts court system.

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