A Milwaukee Brewers Hall of Fame legend is out of a job.
Numerous media reports from the Twin Cities say that Paul Molitor has been removed as manager of the Minnesota Twins. Molitor is expected to remain with the Twins in another role, according to MLB.com.
Molitor, 62, was named as American League Manager of the Year in getting the Minnesota Twins to the postseason with an 85-77 record.
This year, his team went 78-84. He finished overall with a 305-343 record in four years at the helm.
Molitor played 15 years with the Brewers, was a four-time All_star, had a .303 average with 1,275 runs scored, 160 home runs, 790 RBI and 412 stolen bases in his Milwaukee career.
He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.