Sandy Alomar Jr. will become a major league manager someday. For now, he is staying with the Cleveland Indians.
Alomar, the bench coach who served as the club's interim manager for six games after Manny Acta was fired in September, will return next season as new manager Terry Francona's bench coach.
Toronto, Colorado and Miami all have managerial vacancies but Alomar isn't publicly campaigning for any of them or counting on an interview.
''I don't sit at the phone waiting for calls,'' Alomar said. ''If they want to interview me, they know where I am at. Right now, I am the bench coach with Terry Francona and the Cleveland Indians.''
There is a chance Alomar could still leave, but Francona hopes that isn't the case.
''Selfishly,'' Francona said. ''I hope he stays here.''
Francona's coaching staff, a blend of experience and familiarity, was revealed Wednesday by the Indians, who also announced they exercised their option on pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez's $5.75 million contract for nex...