There were varying reports about the D-backs' search Monday.
CBSsports.com reported that Stewart, Baird and Watson were the finalists for the job, while USA Today said that Stewart was the "heavy favorite" while Watson was still in the running and that it was possible Stewart could be hired as GM with Watson as his assistant.
LaRocque is the fourth known candidate to no longer be in the running joining Billy Eppler, Thad Levine and Hal Morris.
D-backs officials have not commented on the search other than to say last Friday that they had concluded the interview process and that chief baseball officer Tony La Russa would discuss the candidates with team president/CEO Derrick Hall.
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