The Detroit Tigers Will Part Ways with Brad Ausmus


Brad Ausmus will not return as the Detroit Tigers manager in 2018, general manager Al Avila announced on Friday.

The rebuilding of the American League Central Detroit Tigers will begin anew next season under a new manager. The 48-year-old skipper and his coaching staff will finish out this season. Since the Tigers were first to announce their managerial change, Detroit will have a head start looking for Ausmus' replacement; though it is still uncertain which candidates will become the new Tigers manager.

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Ausmus said that he and Avila had become close friends during his tenure with the Tigers so the meeting was emotional when he was told by Avila the team would not retain him. They were then swept by Baltimore in the Division Series. They made a bid for the second AL wild-card spot in 2016 but fell short by 2½ games. Ausmus is in his fourth year at the helm, with Detroit entering Friday in fourth place in the AL Central at 62-and-91. Avila said the team is not looking for veteran Major League manager, but the replacement needs to have at least a Minor League or Major League coaching experience so "that the person who comes in is well-prepared in that sense". Right-hander Michael Fulmer was solid this year after winning Rookie of the Year honors in 2016, and third baseman Jeimer Candelario has hit well since coming to the organization in a July trade. "But in saying that, while it's a very hard process, it's also going to be a tremendous opportunity". Avila said the team would immediately start the search for Ausmus' replacement. "I wish Al the best".