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Honeycutt's Dodgers role could change

HOUSTON - When Don Mattingly took his managerial talents to South Beach two winters ago, preferring a long-term contract with the Miami Marlins to a short-term deal to stay in Los Angeles, the Dodgers cleared out the coaching staff.

The bench coach, first base coach, third base coach, bullpen coach? All gone.

Not Rick Honeycutt, the Dodgers' highly regarded pitching coach. The Dodgers signed Honeycutt to a two-year contract, with the understanding he would move into a front-office role

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