Monday, October 29, 2012

San Francisco Giants' Ron Wotus Candidate For Colorado Rockies Manager

With the World Series over and the San Francisco Giants winning it all in the most fitting of fashions, Monday is Day #1 of the MLB offseason, which means the whispers of deals are heard throughout.

One whisper was actually mentioned a couple days ago, as Giants bench coach Ron Wotus has emerged as a candidate for the Colorado Rockies
manager job, according to The Denver Post's Patrick Saunders.

Jim Tracy resigned from the job earlier this month.

A few days ago, Giants GM Brian Sabean commented on the fact that Wotus has yet to receive real interest from teams about managing, and it must have worked.

Now with the MLB season over and the Giants winning the World Series, Wotus could receive and interview from the Rockies, as well as a real look from other teams as well.

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