Here's the latest on the search to fill the dugouts in St. Louis, Chicago and Boston….
- Cards GM John Mozeliak tells Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he expects the Cardinals' new manager to be one of the team's six finalists for the job: Terry Francona, Chris Maloney, Mike Matheny, Joe McEwing, Jose Oquendo and Ryne Sandberg.
- Cubs GM Jed Hoyer told reporters, including MLB.com's Carrie Muskat, that the team will "probably" not conduct any more interviews of managerial candidates. "I wouldn’t rule out an additional candidate but it’s not a certainty," Hoyer said. The Cubs have thus far spoken to Sandy Alomar Jr., Pete Mackanin, Mike Maddux and Dale Sveum.
- The Cubs have no timetable for hiring their new manager. "We want to make the right decision, not the quick decision," Hoyer said.
- The Red Sox have no plans to bring in any other interview candidates, tweets Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston. The Sox also haven't asked other teams for "formal permission" to interview any currently-employed candidates. Blue Jays first base coach Torey Lovullo interviewed today and Tigers third base coach Gene Lamont will interview tomorrow, seemingly limiting the field to those two plus Alomar, Sveum and Mackanin.