Even with Mike Scioscia seemingly safe, there are still a lot of skippers in varying degrees of danger as baseball fast approaches its stretch run. Here is my ranking of 12 managers who may feel the seat starting to get warm, and one who may be the first casualty of 2014 as soon as this week.
I made my personal selections for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game starters earlier this week.
Now it is time for projecting the entire rosters to be announced at 7 p.m. ET Sunday, including the Final Vote candidates and possible injury replacements.
The Chicago Cubs fired manager Dale Sveum on Monday and the front office has just begun its search for his replacement, but there is already a name at the top of the list. The Cubs reportedly have “serious interest” in current New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi.
Despite Jose Valverde’ meltdown and Raul Ibanez’s heroics, Detroit still wins Game 1 of the ALCS. How should Jim Leyland go about things moving forward?
Joe Girardi brought his Yankees to Chicago this weekend, where the discussion made its inevitable turn towards the open Cubs managerial job for 2011. As usual, MSF was there with our camera to capture the most important moments.