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John Farrell: "I Am The Manager Of The Blue Jays"

Farrell is atop Boston's managerial wish list, but that doesn't mean he's coming to the Red Sox.

Dodgers' Tim Wallach Will Interview With Boston

The Red Sox will talk to Dodgers' third base coach Tim Wallach for their open manager position.

Managerial Survivor: Cooper Eliminated, Vote for Elimination #2

Looks like we've established that Cecil Cooper is not our guy. Here's the remaining field: Cecil Cooper (eliminated first) Joey Cora Bob Melvin Ron Roenicke Juan Samuel Ted Simmons Tim Wallach Y...

Tuesday's Frosty Mug

Some things to read while removing the S. It's a big day for managerial speculation, so let's get right to it: Adam McCalvy got in touch with Ron Roenicke yesterday and he refused to comment on his...

Managerial Survivor: Vote for Elimination #1

So we're several weeks into the Brewer managerial search and I think we can sum up what we know in two words: "Not much." With that said, I think we're about at the point where we can guess the...

The Candidate Collection: Two Tims to Close the Series

The final edition of The Candidate Collection takes a look at these two candidates: Dodgers AAA manager Tim Wallach Red Sox third base coach Tim Bogar Follow the jump for scouting reports and more! ...

Tuesday's Frosty Mug

Some things to read while airing your grievances. (h/t Ben Badler) Yesterday's big news was the announcement of several awards from the Milwaukee chapter of the BBWAA. In a somewhat puzzling move,...

Thursday's Frosty Mug

Some things to read while maintaining a singular focus. Yesterday was a pretty big day for managerial news, so let's jump right into it: Ken Rosenthal tweeted that the Brewers plan to interview...

Monday's Frosty Mug

Some things to read while reliving it over and over again. As we enter week two of the offseason, it's time for stories about players getting minor surgeries to prepare for spring training 2011....

"Honestly, looking back at it now, I don't think I would've been prepared [to manage at the major...

"Honestly, looking back at it now, I don't think I would've been prepared [to manage at the major league level] if I would've done it straight from being a hitting coach," he said.

From Ramona Shelburne's ESPNLA article on Tim Wallach. A polite little zing at Don Mattingly, perhaps? Would Tim Wallach like to succeed Joe Torre?
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