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Don Mattingly will 'definitely' manage Dodgers in 2015, says ne…

Don Mattingly will 'definitely' manage Dodgers in 2015, says new boss Andrew Friedman

yahoo.com Updated Oct 17 (4 days ago)
Will Don Mattingly manage the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2015? Yes, says Andrew Friedman, the club's new president of baseball operations. Friedman, the front-office whiz who shaped the Tampa Bay Rays roster for nine years, was introduced Friday in his new …
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