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Oct
09

Mike Hargrove is Tired of the BeeJays


MikeHargroveAs their manager hunt continues, one of the names who would like to be on the list is former Tribe skipper Mike Hargrove. When he was at the helm, from 1991-1999 Hargrove took the Indians to 5 postseasons and 2 World Series (losing to the Braves in ’95 and the Marlins in ’97.)

Since being fired resigning from the Seattle Mariners midway through 2007 Hargrove has been out of the majors; he has though been managing the Liberal (KS) BeeJays a semi-pro team he played on while in college.

Wanting to be on the list doesn’t just make it so, according the Cleveland Plain Dealer he hasn’t been interviewed and isn’t likely to do so. The likely candidates right now include recently fired Nationals manager Manny Acta, Bobby Valentine and Travis Fryman among others.

This marks the first time in history that a man is looking to dump liberal BeeJays for the opportunity to get involved in a hot mess. I mean, if they’re free-flowing why ever leave?

[Yahoo!]


1 Response to “Mike Hargrove is Tired of the BeeJays”


  1. 1 myummers
    October 19, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    i’m pretty sure hargrove resigned back in ’07. it was odd because managers never resign. i could definitely see that as a reason for a team to not be interested in him.

    is that your autographed card?


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