Jan 24, 2011, 5:00 PM EST
A couple of weeks ago we learned that Joe Torre was considering taking Sandy Alderson’s gig with Major League Baseball. Today it’s reported that he’s learning towards accepting it. Or at least something like it:
Joe Torre may not stay retired much longer.
The former Los Angeles Dodgers manager says he’s leaning toward accepting a job with Commissioner Bud Selig that would allow him to stay in Los Angeles. Torre told The Associated Press on Monday that he’s still resolving some questions he has and that he expects to decide in the next two-to-three weeks.
I presume he and Andy Pettitte plan to have long, drawn out telephone conversations about it all.
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