Marlins fire GM, interim manager Dan Jennings

Baseball The Dan Jennings experiment is over in Miami. The Marlins announced they have dismissed Jennings, who served as the team's general manager and interim manager this season. MORE: Sporting News' 2015 NL All-Star team | SN names Alex Anthopoulos Executive of the YearJennings began the year as Marlins general manager but was later named the team's manager after Mike Redmond was fired in May. Jennings went just 55-69 at the helm to finish the season.  Dan Jennings has been relieved of his duties as General Manager.— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) October 29, 2015According to the Miami Herald, Jennings was offered to return as the team's general manager and accepted. But as he was set to return to work Oct. 19, Jennings was told not to return to the Marlins offices — a decision made by team president David Samson, according to the report.The move is another step in Miami's continued overhaul in the organization.The Marlins reportedly hired former Dodgers manager Don Mattingly on Thursday and reassigned Marty Scott, vice president of player development, and Craig Weissmann, vice president of player personnel, in September.

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