By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: October 11th, 2014 at 12:25 am EST
Recently, Joe McEwing has appeared on ESPN in recent days to talk about the MLB playoffs. However, he was just appearing on the network as a guest since he doesn’t have a full-time job with the company.
McEwing, who was the Chicago White sox third base coach this past season, interviewed for the Minnesota Twins managerial job on Friday. He is reportedly the seventh candidate to interview with the team.
The team is looking for a replacement after they fired manager Ron Gardenhire shortly after the end of the MLB season. Gardy was the Twins manager from 2002 through 2014.
During his tenure, he was named the AL Manager of the Year in 2010. In the 13-years, he had 1,068 wins to 1,039 losses in 2,107 games.
Prior to coming to the White Sox, McEwing was the team’s Triple-A manager in 2011.
The former World Series MVP will hear by the end of the month if he will be the next Twins manager. The team is expected to announce their few manager in the next two weeks.
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