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Collegiate Mattingly’s tenure as head coach of the Miami Marlins is coming to an end. Mattingly told team at Marlins, according to Jon Heyman of The New York Post With the blessing of team owner Bruce Sherman and general manager Kim Wu, he will step down at the end of the season. Heyman pointed out that Mattingly’s decision to leave was considered mutual and he thought it was time to be in the locker room Made a new sound.
The Marlins are 437-583 in seven seasons since 2016. During the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, he led Miami to the playoffs just once, with the team finishing second in the NL East.
The Marlins went on to beat the Chicago Cubs in the wild-card series before losing to the Atlanta Braves. The Marlins have been floating at the bottom of the NL East since Mattingly took over, while the Phillies, Both the New York Mets and the Atlanta Braves are moving forward for the division title.
Miami’s 63-89 record this season is the fourth-worst in the NL. Since 2017, the team has won no more than 67 games in a 162-game season. In Jazz Chisholm and presumed NL Cy Young favorite Sandy Alcantara, the Marlins could benefit from a new voice in the clubhouse.
That said, it’s fair to say that Mattingly has done what he has done for a team that is in perpetual rebuilding. can do everything. The Marlins are notoriously difficult to manage, as ownership tends to be one of the lowest-paid teams in Major League Baseball. After previously joining the Marlins, Mattingly was the head coach of the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2011-15 , entered the playoffs 3 times with a score of 446-363.