The Los Angeles Angels are sending a clear message with Joe Maddon’s decision

The Los Angeles Angels have fired manager Joe Maddon.

In a major turn of events, the Angels from Los Angeles have sacked manager Joe Maddon after the club lost 12 games in a row ESPN’s Jeff Passan. Before the losing streak as a passer Remarksthe Angels were 27-17, which was the eighth best record in baseball.

Accordingly, third-base coach Phil Nevin will act as interim manager Jon Heyman from The New York Post.

Joe Maddon was fired from the Angels after two seasons

Joe Maddon returned to the Los Angeles Angels ahead of the 2020 season after spending more than 30 years with the franchise from 1975 to 2005, where he served twice as an interim manager and as an MLB bench coach in the early 2000s.

However, his successful pedigree as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs didn’t carry over to the Angels, even though they have two of the best players in the world (Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani). He ends up going 130-148 with the team that stint.

New interim manager Phil Nevin served as the Angels’ third base coach during his freshman year. He was the third base coach for the Yankees and Giants before. He also played in the majors for the Angels in 1998.

We will have more information as it develops. The Los Angeles Angels are sending a clear message with Joe Maddon’s decision

John Verrall

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