Who is the winningest coach in MLB history?

Who is the best manager in the MLB?

All 30 MLB managers, ranked

  • 1 of 30. Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians. …
  • 2 of 30. Kevin Cash, Tampa Bay Rays. …
  • 3 of 30. Joe Maddon, Los Angeles Angels. …
  • 4 of 30. A.J. Hinch, Detroit Tigers. …
  • 5 of 30. Alex Cora, Boston Red Sox. …
  • 6 of 30. Tony La Russa, Chicago White Sox. …
  • 7 of 30. Dave Roberts, Los Angeles Dodgers. …
  • 8 of 30.

Who has managed the most games in MLB history?

Connie Mack holds the Major League Baseball record for most games won as a manager, with 3,731, and most managed with 7,755.

Who has more wins than Tony La Russa?

Most Wins By MLB Manager

Connie Mack 3,731
Tony La Russa 2,764
John McGraw 2,763
Bobby Cox 2,504
Joe Torre 2,326

Who is the oldest MLB coach?

Return to White Sox (2021–present)

At 76, La Russa became the oldest manager in MLB. He also became the first manager in baseball history to return to managing after being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame as a manager.

Who has the best curveball in MLB 2021?

MLB Best Tools 2021: Managers, Scouts & Executives Vote On Baseball’s Best Talent

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Category American League
Best Curveball Jose Berrios, Blue Jays
Best Slider Adam Ottavino, Red Sox
Best Changeup Lucas Giolito, White Sox
Best Control Hyun-Jin Ryu, Blue Jays

Which manager has the highest win percentage?

Ignacio Trelles and Roy Hodgson are the only managers of 1,000 or more club games (1,083 in first level on pyramid for Trelles) and 100 or more national team games.


Name Alex Ferguson
W 1,253
D 490
L 412
Win% 58.1

How many wins did Connie Mack have?

The longest-serving manager in Major League Baseball history, he holds records for wins (3,731), losses (3,948), and games managed (7,755), with his victory total being almost 1,000 more than any other manager.

Connie Mack
Runs batted in 265
Games managed 7,679
Managerial record 3,731-3,948
Winning % .486%

How old is Dusty Baker?

Baker’s wife, Melissa, told Sporting News that the gloves are a precaution for COVID-19. … “I still wear a mask because I had cancer 20 years ago and I had a stroke seven years ago,” Baker said, per The Houston Chronicle.