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Ned Colletti could lose his job after Dodgers' quick playoff exit
Ned Colletti could lose his job after Dodgers' quick playoff exit

The Dodgers are laying most of the blame for their underachieving team on the man who constructed it. Ned Colletti is absorbing the heat for the Dodgers' October fizzle and could soon lose his job as general manager over it. Mark Walter, chairman of Guggenheim Baseball, would not comment on the team's plans when interviewed Tuesday night in St. Louis after the Dodgers lost the National League division series to the St. Louis Cardinals, but their beliefs and intentions are clear. Ownership is disappointed with how Colletti constructed a roster that, despite costing a record $240 million, lacked the pieces to compete with the versatile Cardinals. The Dodgers payroll is expected...

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