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8 minutes ago, Redskins Rick said:

https://www.pressreader.com/usa/pawtucket-times/20180911/282046212992086

The article alludes to things, like not even interviewing him for a coaching spot on the parent club, after paying his dues to their system.

Makes perfect sense. 

 

12 minutes ago, Redskins Rick said:

He didnt even make Heyman's top 57 candidates available.

Not surprising. He isn’t a sexy name. 

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12 minutes ago, eddie83 said:

Makes perfect sense. 

 

Not surprising. He isn’t a sexy name. 

Neither is Ron Johnson, but I suspect either might make a good manager, as they are use to dealing with the younger players.

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I like Billy Ripken, and his name is on the Heyman list.

Listening to Billy talk baseball on 105.7 interviews, its clear that his dad installed a lot of baseball knowledge into his head.

 

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11 minutes ago, Thato'sfan said:

Might not be anything, but Mark DeRosa just said that this Friday may be his final show on MLB Network. Said it was TBD.👀

Openings in Cinci, Minnesota, Texas....

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2 hours ago, Redskins Rick said:

I like Billy Ripken, and his name is on the Heyman list.

Listening to Billy talk baseball on 105.7 interviews, its clear that his dad installed a lot of baseball knowledge into his head.

 

Please no. None of the Ripken's. He may make a great manager. But I would like someone not a former Oriole. Some fresh blood if at all possible. 

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1 minute ago, Tx Oriole said:

Please no. None of the Ripken's. He may make a great manager. But I would like someone not a former Oriole. Some fresh blood if at all possible. 

I do not agree.

If he would bring back the Oriole way, and the right way to do things, and back to basic fundamentals of the game, makes sense to me.

 

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Just now, Diehard_O's_Fan said:

I believe Mike announced that he was not returning as the Angels manager.

I guess I just dont stay up on things in the sports world. thanks

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3 minutes ago, Redskins Rick said:

I thought the Halos were keeping Mike?

He announced he would not return (his contract was up).

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