As expected, Detroit Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon has interviewed for another manager's position.

McClendon confirmed Wednesday morning that he interviewed Tuesday for the open managerial position with the Seattle Mariners.

"It went well," he said via text message.

McClendon was the first candidate interviewed by the Tigers last week for their open managerial spot. The Tigers have since interviewed Los Angeles Dodgers third-base coach Tim Wallach, who is also scheduled to interview with the Mariners, as well as San Diego Padres special assistant Brad Ausmus.

The Tigers did not conduct any interviews for the position Tuesday. They reportedly will interview San Diego Padres bench coach Rick Renteria for the position. They also might be waiting to interview Boston Red Sox bench coach Torey Lovullo, a former Tigers player whose team will play Game 6 of the World Series tonight.

At this point, it appears that McClendon is the lone internal candidate to be manager of the Detroit Tigers. Third-base coach Tom Brookens remains in limbo.

"I have not heard anything from the Tigers about any position," Brookens said via text message Tuesday afternoon.