A Look at Managerial Changes in Major League Baseball in 2010

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A Look at Managerial Changes in Major League Baseball in 2010

Major League Baseball has seen two managers announce their retirements, effective at the end of the season. Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox, who actually announced his retirement last season, will be walking away with a golden opportunity to win one more ring on his way out, with his Braves currently leading the National League East. On the other side, Lou Piniella, current skipper of the Chicago Cubs, is walking away bloodied and sullied, unable to achieve the goal of giving the North Siders their first championship since 1908. Other managers have already come and gone this season, and likely more at the end of the season. Here is a list of the dearly departed, and those who might possibly be seeking employment come October.

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