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The search for the new Diamondbacks skipper has appeared to near the end with a decision possibly coming Monday.

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"I talked to (team President and CEO) Derrick (Hall) last Friday morning and said, 'This isn't about money, this isn't about not having a defined role. Really, I think this the right thing to do. My gut tells me it's time to move on.'"

- Kevin Towers

Daily D'backs

Diamondbacks narrow list of potential managers - azcentral.com

The Diamondbacks have narrowed their search for a new manager to three candidates, with a decision coming perhaps as soon as early next week, according to club sources.

D-backs complete interview process for managerial opening - dbacks.com

The D-backs appear to be finished interviewing candidates for their vacant managerial position, meaning that Dodgers' third-base coach Lorenzo Bundy and Royals' bench coach Don Wakamatsu will not be interviewed as originally planned.

Kevin Towers: Didn't make sense to stay - azcentral.com

Last Thursday, Kevin Towers was watching postseason baseball in his Arizona home when his immediate future became clear to him. He knew he needed to move on from the Diamondbacks instead of accepting another, unspecified role in the front office.

D-backs make baseball history with black executive team - Fox Sports Arizona

Right-hander Newcombe joined the forward-thinking Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949, two years after the Dodgers' Jackie Robinson became the first black player in the major leagues. Sixty-five years later, Watson and new D-backs vice president/general manager Dave Stewart have taken it to the next level, literally and figuratively. The D-backs are the first team in baseball history to have two blacks at the highest level of the executive ladder,

Around Baseball

Royals lean on Cain to forge 2-0 ALCS advantage - mlb.com

It was yet another gripping, spectacular night of October baseball at Camden Yards on Saturday, as the Royals once again went to the wire to defeat the Orioles, 6-4, to take a 2-0 lead back home in the American League Championship Series.

Road warrior: Bumgarner leads Giants to Game 1 win - mlb.com

Madison Bumgarner's traveling show turned in another successful performance Saturday night as the Giants stifled the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0, in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series.