With several GM and manager positions opening up at the end of the season, teams have begun identifying potential candidates. Let's take a look at who is generating interest..
- The Marlins will not allow the Mets to interview Jennings, a source tells MLB.com's Anthony Dicomo.
- Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com (via Twitter) hears that Marlins assistant GM Dan Jennings is still in the running for the Mets GM job. Earlier today it was reported that the Mets had asked for permission to talk to Jennings and fellow Marlins execs Larry Beinfest and Mike Hill but are likely to be denied. However, Crasnick tweets that Jennings does not need Florida's permission to interview with several clubs and the Mets are on his list.
- Juan Samuel is getting plenty of attention from teams, writes Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun. The former O's interim skipper will "likely interview" for the vacancies in Pittsburgh and Seattle. After Baltimore fired manager Dave Trembley, Samuel led the squad to a 17-34 mark. Samuel could also interview in Toronto as he is close with several members of the Blue Jays organization, including Cito Gaston.
- Speaking of the Blue Jays, former Toronto manager John Gibbons could wind up in Seattle. Bob Elliott of the Toronto Sun tweets that the Mariners have asked for and received permission to interview him from the Royals where he is presently the bench coach. The 48-year-old had an even .500 record with Toronto, leading them to a 305-305 record from 2004 through 2008.