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John Fay has been the Reds beat writer for the Enquirer since 2001. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for the Enquirer: backup Reds writer, UC beat writer, backup Bengals writer and as a general assignment reporter. He is a Cincinnati native and a graduate of Elder High School and the University of Dayton.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Mackanin to Yankees

Pete Mackanin has accepted a job as a scout with the New York Yankees, according to scout.com. Mackanin had hoped to get on on-the-field job.

“We had a nice discussion,” said Mackanin to scout.com about the Yankees’ interest. "Fortunately they were looking for somebody, and I fit the bill."

The Yankees also hired Tim Naehring, the Reds former minor league field coordinator as a scout.


9 Comments:

at 1:51 PM Anonymous CHEVIOT SPORTS AUTHORITY said...

Next season the Yankees can hire Krivsky. He should be out of work by then.

 
at 1:59 PM Blogger River Otter said...

I had hoped that Pete would get a shot at a managerial position. Hopefully that door will open for him again soon.

John - On an unrelated note, any word on the status of contract talks with BP? Or does it look like they'll go to arbitration? I realize these are probably rhetorical questions because of Krisky's tight-lippedness, but thought I'd ask.

 
at 2:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares. Give us Reds information not junk on bad managers getting jobs.

 
at 2:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good for Pete.

Note how Boston isn't going to be hiring Narron any time soon.

Not even Boston Market

 
at 3:39 PM Blogger Hey Barry Larkin! said...

Good for P-Mac. Hopefully he'll get another shot on the field in the near future. He seemed like a good guy, and one that the players respected. Thanks for the update John.

 
at 4:26 PM Anonymous Gary214 said...

anon 2:04...I, for one, appreciated getting the info on Mac...who was a good manager worthy of a shot. If it was of no interest to you, why did you waste the time of replying? Thanks John...don't always get the info on my team while wintering down here in FL.

 
at 11:14 PM Anonymous redfanwoody said...

Good for Pete. Likable guy I would imagine. Just was not going to happen for him here. If the Reds haven't hired Miley & Narron after interim managing I would bet Pete would have gotten the job.
Woody

 
at 11:55 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any word on Grant Griesser?

 
at 4:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Somehow I feel like the Reds lost a pretty good resource here.

 
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