It's very quiet out there in Major League Baseball. Too quiet.
Teams are showing unusual restraint in replacing their managers this offseason.
Looking ahead to the 2013 season, this figures to be a relatively short-term lull in the revolving door of MLB managers.
Next year, as many as 11 managers could get fired by the end of the season. That's potentially over one-third of the teams in baseball changing leadership.
Which means next season that a lot of people are going to be managing for their jobs. Each manager on this list will be expected to produce positive results next season.
Here is an early look at the managers on the hot seat and the reasons why they might be shown the door.