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Orioles manager Buck Showalter won’t be back with team next season

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BALTIMORE, Md. – It appears that the Buck stops here. After a historically bad 115-loss season, the Baltimore Orioles will not be bringing manager Buck Showalter back in 2019, the team announced Wednesday.

Manager Buck Showalter of the Baltimore Orioles. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

The team also announced that general manager Dan Duquette would not be returning as well.


Showalter had been the Orioles manager since 2010, going 669-and-684 in 1,353 games at the helm. The O’s haven’t made the MLB postseason since losing to the Blue Jays in the 2016 AL Wild Card game.

Baltimore’s 47-and-115 was the worst in the league this season. The Orioles also set franchise-low for attendance with just 1,564,192 spectators for the season, the lowest in Camden Yards’ history.

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