The Indians are currently 6.5 games out of first, and have lost three of their last 10 games. Wedge isn't at all too concerned about his status, as he is more focused on getting his team turned around.
It would make sense to bring in someone from the outside, if he needs to be replaced. The team is still young and if they do indeed need to go in another direction, then it should be with someone with a fresh thinking. Guys like Alan Trammell of the Cubs or Willie Randolph of the Brewers, could take a look at the job openings. John Farrell of the Red Sox is another good option, and Mike Hargrove, who is retired, would make for a nice reunion in Cleveland. He could also set up the return of Manny Ramirez, who was managed by Hargrove in Cleveland, but that is a long ways a way. Wedge's seat isn't as hot as we think, or as Indians fans may want it to be.
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