Nov 1, 2011, 5:30 PM EDT
UPDATE: Turns out maybe it wasn’t the Orioles who were having second thoughts about LaCava, but the other way around? Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports that LaCava has turned down Baltimore’s general manager job.
Last week various reports had the Orioles all but settled on Blue Jays assistant general manager Tony LaCava as their new GM, but now Peter Schmuck of the Baltimore Sun writes that “there are rumblings out of the front office that the interview process may be extended for at least a few more days.”
LaCava met with ownership yesterday, but according to Schmuck “the Orioles still aren’t settled on a candidate” and “there might be more interviews.”
He speculates that Peter Angelos “wasn’t that impressed with LaCava or LaCava wanted more authority than Angelos was willing to allow.”
Whatever the case, with free agency about to start you’d think the Orioles would want their new GM ready to make decisions very soon.
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