The Miami Marlins' last manager was an excitable former shortstop, and now they're considering another one: Larry Bowa.
Bowa became the second person interviewed for the job this week, a person familiar with the search said Friday. The person confirmed the discussions to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the Marlins aren't commenting.
Cincinnati Reds pitching Bryan Price was interviewed Friday, the person said. A third candidate is former major league catcher Mike Redmond, who interviewed Wednesday.
The new manager will replace Ozzie Guillen, who was fired after only one dismal season.
Bowa last managed in 2004, when he finished his fourth year with the Philadelphia Phillies. He managed the San Diego Padres in 1987-88 and has a career record of 418-435. Long known for his fiery personality, he has been ejected from games 27 times as a manager.
The former Gold Glove shortstop, who played in the majors for 17 years, has been an analyst the past two seasons wi...