3 MLB Managers That Should Be Fired Right Now

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After the Cincinnati Reds, Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals all fired their skippers during the 2018 season, and the Minnesota Twins, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels signed on new managers coming into 2019, there's still a number of MLB managers currently on the hot seat.

With that in mind, here are three MLB managers that should be fired right now.

3. Scott Servais, Seattle Mariners

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Even though the Seattle Mariners just gave Scott Servais a multi-year contract extension in 2018, this MLB season just hasn't gone the way many thought it would. The Mariners are selling off any player of value and are in full-rebuild mode. After a 13-2 start, the Mariners have gone 24-45 and are in last place in the AL West. A change at manager could help turn things around in Seattle.

2. Andy Green, San Diego Padres

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The San Diego Padres made big moves this offseason, specifically the signing of Manny Machado, that many assumed would lead to positive results on the field. Instead, the Padres have a 40-40 record and are 15.5 games behind the first-place Dodgers. This is one of those, if you can't change the players, maybe you should change the manager situations.

1. Mickey Callaway, New York Mets

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The New York Mets are a complete dumpster fire right now. They're now seven games below .500 and are the epitome of one step forward, two steps back. It's gotten so bad in New York that manager Mickey Callaway is getting into altercations with members of the media. Despite multiple votes of confidence from GM Brodie Van Wagenen, it's time for the Mets to cut bait and make a change in their dugout.

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