Attractive as it is to lead a Major League Franchise and be responsible for the success of a whole city or region, being a manager in the MLB is one of the ficklest jobs on earth, where failure to achieve success is considered highly sacrilegious and worthy of beheading. In essence, that’s the reason why figurative term like a manager is about to be axed or his head is on the chopping block are common parlances in the world of coaching hires and fires. For a manager like Toronto’s John Gibbons, the recently concluded MLB Trade Deadline accorded him some time to cool off from the managerial hot seat, thanks to some solid trades that could make the Blue Jays strong playoff contenders. However, for the following managers, their hot seats are still blazing with a lot of heat, either because they did not do enough trades, or their teams don’t look strong enough to achieve the MLB betting odds expectations from their franchises and supporters across the world.
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