• Mattingly, Dodgers reportedly working on extension

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Jan 9, 2014
    The Los Angeles Dodgers announced a three-year contract extension with manager Don Mattingly on Wednesday. The Los Angeles Dodgers have reached an agreement on a contract extension with manager Don Mattingly, sources with knowledge of the situation told ESPN.com Tuesday. Questions came up from time to time in 2013 about whether the Dodgers were all that interested in keeping Mattingly on board. Don Mattingly and the Dodgers are making progress on a contract extension that would remove his lame-duck status as the team's manager, according to reports from FOXSports.com and the Los Angeles Times. Preston Mattingly used to play in the Dodgers system but is doing a Chris Weinke sort of by playing NCAA basketball at Lamar at 26 years old. Mattingly admitted Wednesday he wishes his now-famous end-of-season news conference had gone differently. He probably knew it was fair to speculate on his job status because after spending so much money on players, the Dodgers were in a win-now mode. Also, he had new bosses.
    • Mattingly: Would've done things differently

      The Los Angeles Dodgers announced a three-year contract extension with manager Don Mattingly on Wednesday. His new deal starts next season and runs through 2016. Financial terms were not available.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Snowed-in Mattingly gets three-year extension

      Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti on Wednesday confirmed manager Don Mattingly's three-year contract in a news conference at Dodger Stadium while the skipper was snowed in back on his Indiana farm.
      Source: MLB.com

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