4 MLB Managers Who Will Be Looking for New Jobs in 2014

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4 MLB Managers Who Will Be Looking for New Jobs in 2014
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Well, it's that time of year. The time when certain MLB managers find themselves on the proverbial "hot seat", as their respective clubs have failed to meet certain expectations. 

Not counting Sandy Alomar and Tony DeFrancesco who were hired as interim managers, there were five managerial changes in 2012, with two of them coming midseason. 

So far in 2013, Charlie Manuel represents the lone skipper to lose his job, as the Philadelphia Phillies dismissed him last week. 

But rest assured, Manuel will not be the last one to go. So who else will join him on the job hunt for the 2014 season? Here's a look at some managers who might want to send goodbye letters to their current team.

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