SEATTLE (AP) Now the wait begins to see what the first big move of Jerry Dipoto's tenure as general manager of the Seattle Mariners will be.
Does Lloyd McClendon return as manager in 2016? Or does Dipoto change field managers and bring in his own choice?
"I look in the mirror every night and I know I gave it everything I had every day," McClendon said. "My players gave me everything they had every day. Some nights it was good enough, some nights it wasn't very good. But, the effort was always there. Obviously, we've got to shore some things up from the talent standpoint."