There’s no guaranteein’, but we should be seein’ Jack McKeon being the Florida Marlins skipper again, later on today(Monday)

Posted by Andy Durham on June 20, 2011 at 10:28 am under Professional | Comments are off for this article

*****When Jack McKeon was asked if he could do it again with Florida he said, “No question I could do it,” McKeon told the Miami Herald from his North Carolina home.*****


MIAMI — Change turned out for the better when the Marlins made an in-season managerial move in 2003. The end result was the second World Series title in franchise history after Jack McKeon took over as manager.

On Monday(today), the Marlins are expected to reintroduce McKeon as manager, eight years after winning a championship and six years removed from his last season in a dugout.

According to a source, McKeon will be named Florida’s interim manager a day after Edwin Rodriguez unexpectedly resigned on Father’s Day. He will close out the 2011 season, and the team is expected to make a full-scale managerial search before it moves into its new ballpark in ’12.

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