10/5 TMM: Pat Murphy won’t return as Padres manager

San Diego Padres interim manager Pat Murphy

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Murphy won’t return as Padres’ manager – Padres.com
The Padres didn’t wait long after Sunday’s regular-season finale to make a call on interim manager Pat Murphy’s future with the team. A little more than an hour after the 6-3 loss to the Dodgers, the team announced that Murphy will not return in the same capacity in 2016.

 
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  1. alavalonaaa

    Bud Black should have been given the entire season to see what developed.The management pulled the trigger too soon.Bud’s contract was up end of season.If you don’t want him at least show enough class to let him finish his contract.Dave Roberts should have been given interim job instead of Pat Murphy. I believe this will get better. Let A.J. do his job of finding the players and Manager to fit this system.

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