Dodgers say they have ‘no plans’ to fire Don Mattingly … but would they tell us if they did?
Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 20, 2013
He didn't fire me that day," Mattingly said. "I'm still here. TheLos Angeles Times reports the team has "no plans" to fire Mattingly "when the team returns home Thursday or any time before then." Don Mattingly says,With the Los Angeles Dodgers in last place in the NL West with a 17-25 record and a 4-11 record thus far in May, speculation is rising to new levels that manager Don Mattingly might soon be out of a job. When asked whether he thought he would be managing the team Friday if it didn't win the three-game series with the Brewers, Mattingly said: "I have no idea. It is uncertain whether removing a coach would be considered the best solution at this point, or whether the Dodgers' plans would change if the team does not fare well in a series that starts Monday in Milwaukee. Ned didn't tell me I wasn't going to be here tomorrow or today. That's the way I look at it." I really haven't gotten any feeling that Ned's like on the edge of like, 'Donnie you're the problem here.' "