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Corey Seager will test his injured back by playing in a simulated game on Monday.

The Dodgers have yet to make a decision on Seager's availability for Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday, but they're very optimistic. He has steadily improved since missing the entire NLCS with a back strain, and has been hitting off of a tee and taking soft toss in recent days.
Oct 22 - 4:51 PM

The Red Sox have announced the hiring of Alex Cora as their new manager.

Cora has looked like the favorite to replace John Farrell from the beginning and now his hiring is official. He was given a three-year contract, with the Red Sox holding an option for a fourth year. Cora's only managerial experience has been in winter ball in his native Puerto Rico, but he's been the Astros' bench coach this season and is viewed as a rising star in the coaching profession.
Oct 22 - 3:36 PM

Robert Murray of FanRag Sports reports that former Athletics pitching coach Curt Young could be a candidate to become the Indians' pitching coach.

Mickey Callaway is set to become the Mets' manager, leaving an opening on Terry Francona's staff. The fit with Young makes sense, as he was Tito's pitching coach for a year in Boston. There's also been some speculation that former Red Sox manager John Farrell, who was also a pitching coach under Francona, might be pursued for the Tribe's pitching coach vacancy.
Oct 22 - 3:00 PM

Bruce Levine of WSCR-AM in Chicago reports that former Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey will interview for the Cubs' pitching coach job Monday.

He's already interviewed with the Cardinals and Red Sox, but the Cubs might have a leg up since Hickey was manager Joe Maddon's pitching coach for a number of years in Tampa. Hickey was the Rays' pitching coach for 11 seasons and was the Astros' pitching coach prior to that.
Oct 22 - 2:30 PM

Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Mets are offering their manager job to Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway.

The two sides are expected to finalize a three-year contract Sunday and officially announce it Monday. Previous reports had indicated that hitting coach Kevin Long and Mariners third base coach Manny Acta were the favorites for the job after a round of interviews, but obviously the Mets are going in a different direction. Callaway had also been a candidate for the Phillies' gig. He's been the Tribe's pitching coach for the last five seasons.
Oct 22 - 1:47 PM
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