The carousel continues to turn for the Giants manager job.
Former Giants catcher Mike Matheny has drawn interest from San Francisco for its managerial position, MLB.com’s Jeffrey Flanagan reports.
Matheny played his final two MLB seasons with the Giants and retired from baseball in 2007. The four-time Gold Glove winner managed the Cardinals from 2012-18, finishing with 591 wins and 474 losses, good for a .555 winning percentage.
He has spent the past two seasons with the Kansas City Royals as a special advisor for player development.
It is important to note the Giants have not been reported to have reached out to Matheny or brought him in for an interview.
As the process continues, Matheny is not likely to be the last name we hear associated with interviewing to take over for Bruce Bochy in San Francisco.