MLB manager tracker, hot seat rumors: Rays sign Kevin Cash to extension through 2024
Keep checking back for the latest rumors, firings and hires around the MLB managerial carousel
The Texas Rangers not long ago, kicking off what could be a busy offseason in terms of managerial changes.
At least a handful of other teams are rumored to be contemplating changes, with decisions expected over the next week or two. Below, you'll find all of the changes and rumors that mark the changeover from the 2018 to 2019 Major League Baseball season.
Check in here throughout the winter to keep up on the latest managerial switches and rumors.
|Brian Snitker||Safe||Snitker told Kevin McAlpin of Braves Radio Network that he expects to meet with general manager Alex Anthopoulos later this week in regards to his future. The 2018 season ended for the Atlanta Braves after losing to the Dodgers 3-1 in the NLDS, but the future is bright for Snitker and his group of youngsters.|
|Kevin Cash||Extended||After leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 90-win season, Cash and the Rays finalized a deal on a multiyear extension through 2024.|
|Buck Showalter||Out||Showalter is reportedly Baltimore Orioles manager next season following one of the worst seasons in franchise history, suffering a record 115 losses.as|
|Joe Maddon||Safe||After Chicago's early exit from the 2018 playoffs in the NL Wild Card Game, the Cubs might be forced to reevaluate Joe Maddon's future with the club. His 5-year, $28 million contract expires in 2019.|
|Jim Riggleman||Hot seat||The Reds have started their managerial search, interviewing a number of current Reds employees and coaches . Riggleman is among those who will audition for the job, along with former Red Sox and Blue Jays skipper John Farrell.|
|Ned Yost||Safe||Jon Morosi reports that Yost and the Royals have agreed to a one-year contract extension that will keep him in K.C. for the 2019 season. It will be his 10th season with the Royals.|
|Mike Scioscia||Out||Scioscia, MLB's longest-tenured manager, announced heto the team following his 19th season at the helm.|
|Paul Molitor||Out||Molitor wason Oct. 2 after four seasons at helm. he had two years remaining on his contract.|
|Don Mattingly||Safe||Marlins CEO and part-owner Derek Jeter told reporters that Mattingly will be back to manager the team in 2019. Jeter on the vote of confidence: " He's under contract, right? "|
|Mickey Callaway||Safe||Assistant GM John Ricco told reporters he would "fully anticipate" Callaway returning in 2019. The 2018 season is Callaway's first as a big-league manager.|
|Mike Shildt||Extended||Shildt, who took over on an interim basis when Mike Matheny was fired, Cardinals back into contention.by guiding the|
|Jeff Banister||Out||Banisterwith a year remaining on his contract despite overseeing two division titles in his three full seasons on the job. for the managerial opening.|
|John Gibbons||Out||The Blue Jays formally announced that Gibbons as the team's manager in 2019. |
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