#Hot Corner

A quick guide to next year's managers

The newest Cub - USA TODAY Sports

Twenty-six Twenty-five out of 30 major league managers played in the majors, whereas only 16 managed more than a couple months in the minors. What does that mean? I'll leave that for you to ponder, dear reader. In the meantime, please refer to this handy chart, which contains a few vital statistics on next year's skippers, including Rick Renteria, the new manager of the Cubs.

Team Manager Years with current team Total years managed
Managed in minors? Played in MLB? Position
Angels Mike Scioscia 14 14 C
Twins Ron Gardenhire 12 12 IF
Rays Joe Maddon 8 10

Giants Bruce Bochy 7 19 C
Rangers Ron Washington 7 7 IF
Padres Bud Black 7 7
P
Yankees Joe Girardi 6 7
C
Orioles Buck Showalter 4 15

Royals Ned Yost 4 10 C
D'backs Kirk Gibson 4 4
OF
Pirates Clint Hurdle 3 11 OF
Athletics Bob Melvin 3 10
C
Mets Terry Collins 3 9

Braves Fredi Gonzalez 3 7 C
Brewers Ron Roenicke 3 3 OF
Dodgers Don Mattingly 3 3
1B
Cardinals Mike Matheny 2 2
C
White Sox Robin Ventura 2 2
3B
Indians Terry Francona 1 13 1B-OF
Blue Jays John Gibbons 1 6 ✔* C
Red Sox John Farrell 1 3
P
Astros Bo Porter 1 1 OF
Marlins Mike Redmond 1 1 C
Rockies Walt Weiss 1 1
SS
Phillies Ryne Sandberg .25 .25 2B
Mariners Lloyd McClendon 0 5
OF
Nationals Matt Williams 0 0 ✔** 3B
Cubs Rick Renteria 0 0 IF
Reds Bryan Price 0 0


Tigers Brad Ausmus 0 0
C

* Helmed the Blue Jays for four seasons before managing the Double-A San Antonio Missions in 2012.
** Served as interim manager of Double-A Mobile BayBears for two months in 2007.

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