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duke of dorwood
12-04-2001, 04:01 PM
Paul Molitor, a leading candidate to manage the Twins in 2002 if they are not eliminated through contraction, has withdrawn as a candidate for the job.

Molitor, who along with third base coach Ron Gardenhire was considered a top candidate to succeed Tom Kelly, said Monday night he recently met with General Manager Terry Ryan and told him of his decision.

"I made this decision because there is too much uncertainty in baseball," Molitor said. "There is the possibility of the Twins being contracted, and also a baseball strike or lockout if a collective bargaining agreement is not reached."

Chisox_cali
12-04-2001, 04:25 PM
Originally posted by duke of dorwood
Paul Molitor, a leading candidate to manage the Twins in 2002 if they are not eliminated through contraction, has withdrawn as a candidate for the job.

Molitor, who along with third base coach Ron Gardenhire was considered a top candidate to succeed Tom Kelly, said Monday night he recently met with General Manager Terry Ryan and told him of his decision.

"I made this decision because there is too much uncertainty in baseball," Molitor said. "There is the possibility of the Twins being contracted, and also a baseball strike or lockout if a collective bargaining agreement is not reached."

Looks like someone doesnt have much faith in the longevity of the team

ma-gaga
12-05-2001, 10:26 AM
:) It sounds like someone's just sick of baseball politics.