You can add the Los Angeles Dodgers to the list of teams in need of a new manager. According to ESPN, the Dodgers and manager Don Mattingly have mutually agreed to part ways.
Mattingly replaced Joe Torre as manager of the Dodgers in 2011. He led the team to three-straight NL West Division titles from 2013 to 2015, but has faced increasing scrutiny due to the team's lack of playoff success.
In those three playoff appearances, the Dodgers were only able to make it out of the NLDS once in 2013. Despite having the highest payroll in baseball the past two seasons, Los Angeles has not been able to advance out of the first round.
The Dodgers were eliminated in the NLDS this season by the New York Mets.
Mattingly had one year remaining on his contract and, according to ESPN, the team offered him an extension last weekend but Mattingly declined.
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