LOS ANGELES -- Lorenzo Bundy, while managing Navajoa in the Mexican League this week, was quoted by Linea Directa as saying that he will return as the Dodgers third-base coach in 2015. The Dodgers had no comment on the report.
That is the first indication on the status of any of manager Don Mattingly's coaching staff, as both Mattingly and new president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman have given no indication whether any of the coaches would return.
Bundy, 54, just completed his first season as the club's third-base coach and his seventh in the organization. He has managed 12 seasons in the Minor Leagues and had three other stints as a Major League coach with the Marlins, Rockies and D-backs.
Bundy has managed for many years in the Mexican Winter League and has been Manager of the Year there three times, winning three league titles.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.