The Cleveland Indians have been one of the very worst teams in baseball since the All-Star break, struggling to a 15-and-41 record while scoring barely three runs a game over that stretch. As a result, some have wondered if manager Manny Acta's job is in question, but GM Chris Antonetti says that he'll address that when the season is completed.
"I don't feel any differently that when we talked earlier," Antonetti said. "I think I'll save any sort of assessments until the end of the season. I think that's probably the best thing to do. Obviously, we're all evaluated at the end of the year, myself included."
Acta is signed to be Cleveland's manager through the 2013 season, but the team has had disappointing finishes after sniffing playoff contention in each of the last two seasons.
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