Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports has reported that Dodgers manager Joe Torre will step down, as bench coach Don Mattingly will take over the team for 2011.
-Torre is best known for his tenure as the Yankees manager from 1996-2007, as he won four world championships to go along with six league pennants.
-Alongside the Yankees, Joe has spent time as the head of the Mets, Braves, Cardinals, and the Dodgers. He was named Dodgers manager in 2008.
-Joe also played from 1960-1977, winning a the National League MVP award in 1971. To go along with his managing credentials, he was a two-time Manager of the Year.
-Taking over for Torre is bench coach Don Mattingly, he also coached under the former while with the Yankees. Mattingly had been widely considered to replace Joe as Yankees manager back in 2008, but current Yankee skipper Joe Girardi was selected instead. It is his first managerial job.
Torre will step down at the end of the season.