The Miami Marlins held a press conference on Monday morning introducing Don Mattingly as their new manager. At thepress conference Mattingly said he hopes to be a mainstay at the manager position for the next ten years.
At the press conference Mattingly said that he expects Tim Wallach to follow him over to Miami from Los Angeles and become the club's new bench coach. The club is also expected to bring back some of their own staff, including infield coach Perry Hill.
After much certainty surrounding the general manager position, the Marlins confirmed that Dan Jennings would not return in any role.
Don Mattingly has a unique managing style, that should fit in perfectly in Miami.
The Marlins had a trio of rookie starters make numerous appearances in 2015. How did they perform and what are their futures' with the club moving forward?
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The rest of the Marlins bench went about as expected, with only one interesting exemption who should see more playing time in 2016.
The remainder of the Marlins' outfield was a mess for much of the 2015 season, from Marcell Ozuna's struggles to Ichiro Suzuki being stretched too far as a regular starter.
Top starters are not on the Marlins' radar this offseason.
Miami's front office might have rather seen Ozuna in right field as the season progressed without Giancarlo Stanton.
Former Marlins manager and general manager Dan Jennings was fired after taking over in the dugout, showing that becoming Marlins manager is a dangerous job with owner Jeffrey Loria around.