Mattingly set to manage Dodgers in '14

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Don Mattingly will return as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers next season, along with most of his coaching staff.

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Tim Wallach was named the new bench coach Monday, moving over from third base to replace Trey Hillman, who was fired last month.

Lorenzo Bundy, who was managing at Triple A-Albuquerque, joins the team to take Wallach's spot.

Mattingly returns for his fourth season with general manager Ned Colletti making no announcement about a possible contract extension. Mattingly's option worth $1.4 million vested with the team's first-round playoff victory over Atlanta. He is 260-225 at the helm, guiding the Dodgers to the NL championship series, where they lost to St. Louis in six games last month.

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