(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BOB BAUM AP Sports Writer One more weekend and Davey Johnson says goodbye to baseball.
The big ceremony commemorating the career of the 70-year-old Washington Nationals manager already has been held in the nation's capital. All that's left is finishing out a disappointing season.
As Johnson heads into the three-game finale in Arizona, he still has to deal with the myriad details of his job. Then on Sunday, should he so choose, he can take the lineup to home plate for the final time, then manage his final game.
As Johnson put it in the dugout before Friday night's' game, ''it's time to hang it up and go home and see my grandkids.''