The Giants have identified a fourth candidate looking for a new representative for the iconic manager Bruce Bochy. The club interviewed the Royals quality control and the Pedro Grifol coach for the post on Thursday, according to Ken Rosenthal from Athletic. The Giants have also expressed interest in two of their own assistants – bench coach Hensley Meulens and third coach Ron Wotus – as well as Athletics Mark Kotsay quality control.
Of the eight teams looking for managers, the Giants are the second person who intends to have Grifol, who was a mini-league pastor. There is a list of possibilities for the early 50-year-old child for the Royals, who has worked in a number of roles with them since 2013. He has previously gained professional management experience with Seattle organization since 2003 and in '12'.
If there is a clear common theme among a group of Ordinary candidates, none of them has managed the level of the big league. But many teams have progressed in recent years, including three of the other four clubs in the playoffs (the Nationals, Cardinals and Yankees), and the Giants could be the next one. do. Of course, with the President of baseball operations, Farhan Zaidi said he will interview six and eight people from the role, a choice (s) of San Francisco radar may still exist.