Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon has emerged as a candidate to become the Marlins’ manager.
McClendon, who managed the Pirates from 2001-05, interviewed with Marlins officials on Tuesday, according to sources. The 53-year-old McClendon would be a good fit with the Marlins, who are trying to move on after one turbulent year with Ozzie Guillen in charge.
Mike Redmond, Larry Bowa and Luis Gonzalez have also been mentioned as candidates for the job.
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