Pat Listach out of running for Milwaukee Brewers manager
Nationals third base coach Pat Listach has been informed he will not be offered the vacant manager's job for the Milwaukee Brewers. Listach interviewed in Milwaukee last week, but General Manager Bob Melvin told Listach over the weekend that the team had whittled down a list of candidates to four, and he was not one of them.
"I thought it went well," Listach said. "I was grateful they flew me in there. I'm glad I had chance to go through it. I'm thankful for the opportunity. I look forward to the next chance I have."
Listach, it appears, will remain apart of the Nationals coaching staff for next season. Listach is close with new Cubs Manager Mike Quade, but Quade and Listach have not spoken about a position for next year and Listach said he hasn't even thought about a new job.
Listach is currently in Puerto Rico managing in a winter league. Nationals prospects Danny Espinosa and Chris Marrero are two of the six Nationals players on his team.
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