MLB: Padres reportedly firing Jayce Tingler as manager after failure

To the regular calendar of the Season 2021 from MLB It only has a few hours left before it comes to an end and the teams are already thinking about moves to make for next year. San Diego Padres would change items in the bank because according to reports would be about to fire Jayce Tingler as manager after failing to advance to PlayOffs.

Journalist Jon Heyman reported in the last hours that the San Diego Padres is close to firing Jayce Tingler from his position as team manager following the results obtained this year.

Heyman mentions on his social networks such as Twitter that the dismissal would be despite the good work that Tingler did in 2021 but that he did not meet the high expectations that were had about the ‘Frailes’.

Tingler managed to lead the San Diego team to the postseason during the 2020 campaign in his first year in charge. However, this 2021 he has run out of PlayOffs, since he was eliminated since last September 25 after falling to the Atlanta Braves 10 to 8.

Jayce Tingler is 115-105 in his two years as manager of the San Diego Padres with two rounds left on the regular schedule of the 2021 MLB Season in which they will face the San Francisco Giants.

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