The names just keep rolling in.
This might be a first, but it’s very doubtful it’ll be the last.
For the first time in 13 years, the San Francisco Giants are in a full-fledged search for their next manager.
The two parties are linked for a number of reasons.
Kevin Frandsen recounted an incident when Bochy briefly lost his temper in the clubhouse.
So, what happened? To put it succinctly, all hell broke loose for the boys in blue.
Internal candidates Hensley Meulens and Ron Wotus have been interviewed for the Giants’ managerial position, and now it’s time to look outside the organization for Bruce Bochy’s potential replacement.
He mentioned next year’s 26th roster spot as a new tool to use.
He listed some of the young building blocks for the future.
Another job opened Thursday.
On Tuesday, Bochy had more to say, sending out a heartfelt letter to the “greatest fans in baseball.”
He’ll get his rotation shot, which he wants.
The Giants have a managerial opening. World Series winning manager Joe Maddon just got fired by the Cubs. Maddon to the Giants is a no brainer, right?
“One of those old-school, old dirtbag type of players. I mean dirtbag in the nicest form.”
It wouldn’t be a Tim Lincecum interview without a little colorful language.