MLB: According to specialists, these managers will lose their jobs at the end of the season

The regular calendar of the Season 2021 from MLB It is getting closer to reaching its end and with it some teams will have to say ‘goodbye’ to their fans by not transcending the PlayOff. The low results obtained will cause some elements to be ‘cut’, including some managers and according to specialists on the subject these they will be the ones who will lose their job at the end of the year.

An article in Sporting News MLB wrote that three managers are forecast to be fired from their respective teams at the end of the 2021 MLB Season. These are Jayce Tingler, Aaron Boone and Luis Rojas.

Jayce Tingler would leave the San Diego Padres bench because of the ‘nightmare’ that was for the team for much of the year, since despite the figures he has, he did not manage to consolidate and is nowhere from being left without a Postseason.

For his part, Luis Rojas also did not serve as helmsman of the New York Mets and in his second year in command he also fell short and his elements did not perform as expected; an example, Francisco Lindor.

Lastly, Aaron Boone. New York Yankees have been ‘enduring’ the so-called failures of their team at the hands of Boone for a long time and if they do not advance to PlayOffs MLB 2021, it could be their end as manager of the ‘Mules’.

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