Don Mattingly’s time with the Marlins is coming to an end.
The manager is informing the club Sunday that he’s resigning at the end of the 2022 MLB season, The Post’s Jon Heyman reports. The decision is considered mutual. The Marlins entered Sunday at 63-89.
While Mattingly will tell the team he believes it’s time for a new voice, and he’s expected to take a break, the 61-year-old former Yankees great is not retiring, Heyman reports.
Mattingly took over as Marlins manager in 2016 after five years as the Dodgers’ manager. He has a 437-583 record in seven seasons in Miami entering Sunday, which has had a losing season in the six 162-game seasons during Mattingly’s tenure.
The Marlins were a surprise playoff team during the COVID-shortened 2020 season, going 31-29 to finish second in the NL East and make the playoffs. They beat the Cubs, 2-0, in the wild-card round before getting swept by the Braves in the NLDS.
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