Monday, October 4, 2010

It's one, two, three managers out at the old ball game.

It's not a good day if you're a MLB manager, at least not for Ken Macha, Jerry Manuel and John Russell.
Sure, if you're Joe Torre or Bobby Cox, you can write your own ticket, leave on your own terms.
Or if you were a former player of note, taking a turn at managing, you might even wind up with an extra two years to manage like Dusty Baker and Kirk Gibson.
So... let me revise my original statement.  It's not a good day to be a manager if your baseball card can be found in the penny pile. 

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