Bob Melvin will go away the San Diego Padres to change into the supervisor of the San Francisco Giants, sources have confirmed to ESPN.
San Diego granted Melvin permission to interview with the division rival Giants earlier this week, paving the best way for the tip of a contentious two-year relationship between the Padres and the three-time Supervisor of the 12 months.
The Padres mentioned earlier this month that they supposed to retain Melvin and normal supervisor A.J. Preller, even after going simply 82-80 en route a third-place end within the Nationwide League West.
Melvin managed the Padres for 2 seasons, reaching the 2022 NL Championship Sequence however then lacking the playoffs this season with a $258 million payroll, the third highest within the majors. He’ll change Gabe Kapler, who went 79-83 this season.
The Giants’ plan to rent Melvin was first reported Tuesday by The Athletic. He’s anticipated to be launched as Giants supervisor as early as Tuesday evening, in response to a number of studies.
Melvin will probably be returning to the Bay Space, the place he grew up, performed for the Giants after which managed the Oakland Athletics from 2011 to 2021. He went 171-153 with the Padres and can enter his twenty first season as a supervisor subsequent yr with a profession document of 1,517-1,425 in stints with Arizona, Seattle, Oakland and San Diego.
Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi had hoped to discover a supervisor by the beginning of free company to interchange Kapler, who was fired after going 295-248 over three-plus seasons and main San Francisco to a franchise-record 107 wins in 2021.
Data from The Related Press was used on this report.