- The Mariners announced they have dismissed Lloyd McClendon from the manager's post, as first reported by Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times. Additionally, the Mariners shook up their coaching staff, with only hitting coach Edgar Martinez and infield coach Chris Woodward being given their same roles for the 2016 season. McClendon has had an underwhelming tenure as Mariners' manager, with the team compiling a 163-161 record in two seasons under his leadership. With a new front office and GM in Jerry Dipoto, they likely wanted a fresh, new manager to lead the team next year.
- Dan Jennings will return to his post as GM of the Marlins, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, who notes that an announcement could become Sunday and Tuesday of this week. Jennings, who had been serving as the Marlins' manager since the firing of Mike Redmond on May 17. It was up to Jennings on whether he wanted to return to his former post; he is still signed by the Marlins for three more years.
Here's a quick Major League Baseball roundup from October 9: