- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 30, 2014

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Milwaukee Brewers General Manager Doug Melvin says the dust needs to settle on the disappointing end to the ballclub’s season before any decisions are made on the team’s manager or coaching staff.

Speaking on WTMJ radio Tuesday, Melvin says he’ll take a step back before any future plans are made following the Brewers late season collapse. Milwaukee fell from first place in the National League Central and out of any postseason play.

Melvin plans to travel to Colorado Springs this week to meet with the Brewers’ new Class AAA affiliate. He also plans to go to Phoenix to monitor the team’s instructional camp. Melvin will travel to Los Angeles next week to meet with principal owner Mark Attanasio on the team’s future direction.

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Information from: WTMJ-AM, https://www.620wtmj.com


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