Selig concerned about lack of minority managers

Updated: October 20, 2006, 1:46 PM ET
By Tim Kurkjian | ESPN The Magazine

Frank Robinson was the first manager to be fired. A few days later, so went Dusty Baker and Felipe Alou. Almost three weeks after the regular season ended, Major League Baseball has three minority managers, only one of which is African-American, the Mets' Willie Randolph.

"We got up to 10; now we're at three," commissioner Bud Selig said. "Am I happy where we are? No. We've got to do better. But I know clubs are interviewing minority candidates. I'm confident that we will add more minority ...

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