The Los Angeles Dodgers have decided to fire manager Grady Little and replace him with former Yankees manager Joe Torre, The Journal News has learned.
Torre, 67, could be named manager as soon as tomorrow, according to two sources close to the situation. Don Mattingly is expected to accompany Torre to Los Angeles as his bench coach. Torre is also interested in hiring Kevin Long, his hitting coach with the Yankees.
The Dodgers were 82-80 this season under Little and were beset by clubhouse unrest. Owner Frank McCourt, a Boston native, decided Torre is best suited to quell that situation.
Torre turned down a one-year offer to remain as manager of the Yankees on Oct. 18. He had been with the Yankees 12 seasons, winning four World Series championships. [lohud]
Proctor may have to cheat on his wife again to relieve the stress.By Rich, at 1:04 AM <$BlogItemControl$>
did he ever stop cheating?By lupe!, at 9:38 AM <$BlogItemControl$>
donnie :'(By June, at 1:01 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
I didn't know that Proctor has a drug problem too:By Rich, at 11:56 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
“I’m excited,” Proctor said in a telephone interview. “I think it’s going to be great for the organization. He knows how to win. He knows what it takes. He’s a very directed and gifted leader.
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