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Hit the road, Jack?

Jul 18 - According to the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, the Marlins are giving serious consideration to firing manager Jack McKeon in an effort to shake up one of baseball's biggest disappointments. The top candidate to replace McKeon, 74, would be Yankees bench coach Joe Girardi, a National League source said. Other names being considered are former Marlins managers Jim Leyland and Jeff Torborg, Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella, former Red Sox manager Grady Little and Braves third-base coach Fredi Gonzalez.

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Tony Pena is my pick....

 

Not only is he relatively young, he did an AMAZING job with the Royals in '03, he will bring in a new philosophy, and his is latin so he will be able to related to the players....

 

I think other than Jack in '03, he was the best manager out there...

 

GO TONY!!!!

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Hit the road, Jack?

Jul 18 - According to the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, the Marlins are giving serious consideration to firing manager Jack McKeon in an effort to shake up one of baseball's biggest disappointments. The top candidate to replace McKeon, 74, would be Yankees bench coach Joe Girardi, a National League source said. Other names being considered are former Marlins managers Jim Leyland and Jeff Torborg, Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella, former Red Sox manager Grady Little and Braves third-base coach Fredi Gonzalez.

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All on the list...

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Pena hasn't been mentioned in many rumors about the Marlins. Surprisingly Torborg has- I can't see that happening again.

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I think the reason you don't hear Pena's name is because he wants to coach in the World Baseball Classic next spring and if he is affilated with any team he will not be allowed, I think Pena wants to take the rest of this season off and then next season before he thinks about coming back to the big leagues

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