From NY Post (which excels in all the news that's almost fit to print)
Joe Torre’s Dodgers days are numbered after this season and one possible landing spot would be with the Mets, says FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The Dodgers are off to a 15-17 start and owner Frank McCourt is in the middle of a divorce that will cost him “$637,000 a month in support,” according to the report. Before the season, Torre said he was interested in adding another year to his contract, which expires at the end of the season. But in March, Torre said those talks had been put on hold to avoid a distraction.
“Friends of Joe Torre doubt that he would tolerate another year of the Dodgers’ penny-pinching circus,” Rosenthal said. "The Cubs, Mets and Braves could be among Torre’s options.” Torre told MLB.com that these supposed friends do not exist.
"Obviously they're not friends of mine," Torre told the Dodgers website. "I don't really allow those conversations out of my home. I haven't made up my mind and won't until closer to the end of the season."
Torre also batted down speculation he would consider looking for any job. And don’t forget, the Mets still have a manger, Jerry Manuel, although his contract is up after this season. "Must be the same friends," Torre said. "I refuse to say absolutely, but I have to say it's very, very remote that ever happens. I certainly don't anticipate, at age 70, searching around for another managing job."