WASHINGTON, DC – AUGUST 29: Manager Dan Jennings #26 of the Miami Marlins addresses the media before a baseball game against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park on August 29, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Marlins fire general manager Dan Jennings

The Miami Marlins have made a somewhat surprising move, as the Miami Herald is reporting they’ve fired general manager Dan Jennings.

The Marlins haven’t officially announced the move.

Jennings has been with the team since 2002, and was named general manager in 2013. This season was a tumultuous one for him, as he fired manager Mike Redmond mid-season and took over behind the bench as his replacement, guiding the Marlins to a 55-69 record in his tenure.

According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Jennings clashed with owner Jeffrey Loria over defending players as the manager, and with Don Mattingly joining the team perhaps Loria just wanted to start fresh (as he tends to do every couple of seasons). Heyman also says Mike Hill will assume Jennings’ responsibilities as GM.

As Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports notes, Jennings is under contract for three more seasons and is owed $5.6 million.