Who do you think will replace Jim Tracy as manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates?
Asked By: joeycat2007 - 10/5/2007
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I'd guess that the Pirates will take a long look at Phil Garner. Although he was fired from the Astros this year, he played in Pittsburgh during his career and did manage the Astros to several playoff appearances and a World Series appearance. Tony Pena, another former Pirate who managed a suprising Royals team a few... More
Answered By: Rhett D - 10/5/2007
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Answered By: jmf - 10/5/2007
Answered By: Dirk L - 10/5/2007
joe girardi tino martinez Chuck knoblauch Miguel Cairo chip hale John flaherty here is a few options
Answered By: texasman75147 - 10/5/2007
Norv Turner? :P
Answered By: PaulyDragon - 10/5/2007
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Answered By: Zach E - 10/5/2007
I'd put my money on Trent Jewett, currently manager of their AAA team in Indianapolis. They need someone who has experience and success working with young players and most of the candidates who've been working at the MLB level are too used to players who are already fully developed.
Answered By: jeremy_hancock - 10/6/2007
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