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WASHINGTON — Davey Johnson will be back as manager of the Washington Nationals in 2012.
The Nationals announced Monday that they’re picking up Johnson’s managerial option.
He took over as Washington’s manager in June, after Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned. The Nationals went 40-43 under Johnson and finished 80-81...
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In what would have been the most important managerial news of the day if it wasn't for a certain guy in St. Louis, Davey Johnson was announced as the Washington Nationals 2012 manager. Johnson was brought into the dugout by Mike Rizzo after Jim Riggleman fell on his own sword. Johnson had been acting as Rizzo's special assistant before the move. Like Rizzo points out in the...
The Washington Nationals have exercised the 2012 contract option on manager Davey Johnson.The 68-year-old took over the reins midway through last season following the dismissal of Jim Riggleman and led the team to a 40-43 mark.Johnson has a career record of 1188-931 in 15 big-league seasons with the New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers and Nationals...
As we saw during the World Series last week, even the most successful MLB managers tend to do more bad than good.
After leading his team to two consecutive World Series appearances, the ever-quirky Ron Washington seemed to play his own minor role in his team’s nose dive in Games 6 and 7 with each confusing pinch hit and bullpen replacement he made. Even Tony La Russa, who today...
Your clubhouse leader for least surprising press release of the 2012 offseason:FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, October...
(Michael Morse on his flight to Taipei. Screen cap via MLB.com video.)
So the World Series is over (congrats, Cardinals), and eight Nationals filed for free agency on Sunday- although there's only one Nats fans should care about, and he'll be pitching for the Chinese Taipei national team against the "stars of Major League Baseball". The stars arrived...
Davey Johnson will be back as manager of the Washington Nationals in 2012.
Davey Johnson will be back as manager of the Washington Nationals in 2012. The Nationals announced Monday that they're picking up Johnson's managerial option. He took over as Washington's manager in June, after Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned. The Nationals went 40-43 under Johnson and finished 80-81, in third place in the NL East.
The Washington Nationals have exercised manager Davey Johnson's option for the 2012 season.
Outfielders Rick Ankiel, Johnny Gomes and Laynce Nix, catcher Ivan Rodriguez, infielder Alex Cora and pitchers Todd Coffey, Livan Hernandez and Chien-Ming Wang filed for free agency on Sunday.
The Washington Nationals announced on Monday they have exercised Davey Johnson's managerial option for the 2012 season. Nationals executive vice president of baseball operations and general manager Mike Rizzo made the announcement.