With the Washington Nationals’ disappointing season winding down, the future of manager Matt Williams will be one of the hot topics for the franchise.

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Nationals GM Vague on Williams’ Future

Wednesday, Sept. 23

Speaking to 106.7 The Fan in Washington, D.C., Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo did not give Williams a vote of confidence:

Williams, who won National League Manager of the Year last season, has certainly drawn the ire of fans in Washington. He was booed by fans during a postgame press conference following a contest against the New York Mets.

There have been articles writtenincluding this one by Dave Cameron of FoxSports.comabout Williams’ bad tactical decisions down the stretch as the Nationals fell behind the Mets in the National League East race.

Washington has had one of MLB‘s best rosters on paper for the past two years, including likely 2015 NL MVP Bryce Harper, but it lost in the division series last year and will be home when the postseason starts this October.

All of the problems with the Nationals in 2015 aren’t Williams’ fault, but his questionable tactics combined with injuries and poor performances by key players could provide the impetus needed for management to make a change when the season ends.

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