It's the offseason of the managers.
- The New York Times is reporting that the Brewers are looking at "free agent" manager Bobby Valentine. The Brewers have interest in Nationals coach Pat Listach and former manager Bob Melvin, among others, while Valentine is being courted by the Mets and Mariners as well.
- The Marlins have not contacted interim manager Edwin Rodriguez since the season ended, a strong indication of where the Marlins are looking for their manager.
White Sox bench coach Joey Cora will interview for the Brewers managerial position, according to the Chicago Tribune.
- The Cubs are still considering: Mike Quade, Ryne Sandberg, Eric Wedge, and Bob Melvin.
- Sources have informed MLBDD that the Yankees will certainly retain Joe Girardi beyond the 2010 season.