Seattle manager Eric Wedge told the Mariners on Friday he will not return for next season, saying it became obvious he did not have a future with the organization. Then again, given that the Mariners are stuck in rebuilding mode and an obvious disconnect exists between Wedge and the front office, it may be as simple as looking for a change of scenery. Wedge's resume is impressive. Rumors suggested Wedge would not have been asked for a fourth season regardless of his decision. "It's tough, it's disappointing, it's frustrating, it's upsetting," Wedge said prior to Friday's game with the A's at Safeco Field. But the rebuilding never seemed to end in Seattle with a constant influx of young prospects from the minors being called up and some veterans failing to meet expectations.