Per NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Jim Salisbury, the Philadelphia Phillies will remove Rob Thomson’s interim tag in the near future.
Thomson –who took over for Joe Girardi on June 3– led the Phillies to a 65-46 record and a berth in the postseason. Thomson’s Phillies defeated the St Louis Cardinals 2-games to none to advance to the National League Division Series.
The 59-year old Thomson has held various on-field and front office roles since 1989 with the Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, and Philadelphia Phillies.
** UPDATE **
The Phillies have announced that Rob Thomson has signed a 2-year extension and will officially remain as the club’s manager for the 2023 and 2024 season.
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