In the event Sox skipper Bobby V gets shown the door, who should replace him? Rolling Stone magazine asked a few baseball-obsessed rockers to ID former ballplayers who might make good managers, and their responses are not inspiring. Indeed, looking at the list of candidates, we’re relieved that Ben Cherington is the Red Sox GM and not Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, who thinks fomer Mets pitcher Glendon Rusch would be good because he’s a wine connoisseur. Ditto for Boston’s own Joe Pernice, who recommends Dennis Eckersley, and Dropkick Murphy Ken Casey, who says Kevin Millar has what it takes to be a good manager. “Because he is a loose guy with a keen baseball IQ, and he always handled the media well,” says Casey.