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Joe Maddon won't manage Tampa Bay Rays in 2015

Joe Maddon won't manage Tampa Bay Rays in 2015

yahoo.com Updated 11 minutes ago
Contrary to statements he made 10 days ago after Andrew Friedman left the Tampa Bay Rays to join the Los Angeles Dodgers, Joe Maddon reportedly is using an opt-out clause in his contract with the Rays to leave the organization. He won't manage them in 2…
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