Unhappy with the lack of clarity on his future, Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge popped off on Wednesday saying he feels like he's left ''hanging out there'' by the organization regarding his status for 2014.
Wedge's comments were his first regarding his contract which expires after this season. He originally signed a three-year deal to become Seattle's manager in 2010 and he indicated there's been no word given whether he'll receive a new deal.
''It's tough. I feel like I'm hanging out there, that's the reality of it,'' Wedge said. ''But I'm coming here and doing my job. You know how passionate I am about this team, and these players in particular, and this organization. The unfortunate part about how it's being handled is the effect it has on the players. That's why we're all here, is for the players.''
Seattle is about to conclude a fourth straight losing season and a step back from the incremental progress the Mariners showed between Year 1 and 2 with Wedge in charge. Wedg...