We’ve been through this process A LOT, Mariner fans. Will they find the right manager to take on this young team?
Here is a good read from Tim Booth of the Seattle AP.
Eric Wedge had some nice parting words.
”I wanted to see this thing through but there were factors involved that became obviously clear to me that were not going to allow that to happen,” Wedge said last week after notifying the team he wasn’t returning. I had to make the decision I made and now I’ll move on to the next adventure and hopefully I’ll get an opportunity to manage again. That’s something I hope to do. Their effort, their work, their preparation it’s been a given, You don’t ever take it for granted and when you see it done each and every day, and a lot of that is a credit to our coaches, too, you get into your routine and stick to it and hope it pays off in this game.”
Finding new manager No. 1 priority for Seattle