San Diego Padres fire Bud Black as manager

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The San Diego Padres entered this season with high expectations and a 33-32 record after 65 games was not enough for Manager Bud Black to keep his job.

Padres GM A.J. Preller spoke with the media to explain why he decided to fire Bud Black:

Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, James Shields and other Padre players comment on losing their manager:

Will Venable, who has played for Bud Black since 2008, talks about what it felt like to find out Bud Black had been fired:

 

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