Rick Renteria, Manager, Chicago Cubs

Rick Renteria was hired on November 6, 2013, as the new manager of the Chicago Cubs. Renteria, who has never managed before in the major leagues, will be the Cubs' fourth manager in the last five years. [read more ... ]

Matt Williams, Manager, Washington Nationals

Matt Williams was named manager of the Washington Nationals on October 31, 2013. This season will be his first one as a manager. [read more ...]

Lloyd McClendon, Manager, Seattle Mariners

On November 5, 2013, the Seattle Mariners hired Lloyd McClendon as their new manager. McClendon is now the nineteenth manager of the Mariners since 1977 and the team's eighth manager since 2002. [read more ...]

Bryan Price, Manager, Cincinnati Reds

Bryan Price was hired as the new manager of the Cincinnati Reds on October 21, 2013. Although Price has never managed in the major or minor leagues, the Reds have given him a three-year contract. [read more ...]

Brad Ausmus, Manager, Detroit Tigers

Brad Ausmus was hired to replace Jim Leyland as manager of the Detroit Tigers on November 3, 2013. Although Ausmus has some managerial experience, this will be his first time managing in the major leagues. [read more ...]

Adam Lind, First Base, Toronto Blue Jays

Adam Lind, first baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays, was first drafted by the Blue Jays in 2004. After just two years in the minor leagues, he made his first appearance with the Blue Jays in 2006. [read more...]

Brandon Belt, First Base, San Francisco Giants

Brandon Belt, first baseman for the San Francisco Giants, was drafted by the Giants in 2009. He spent 2010 and most of the 2011 season in the minor leagues, where he batted .343. He was called up to the Giants in 2011 and played in 63 games with them that season. [read more...]

Chris Davis, First Base, Baltimore Orioles

Chris Davis, power hitting first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles, was first drafted in 2004 by the New York Yankees but he chose not to sign with them. When the Rangers drafted him in 2006, he finally agreed to sign with a major league team. [read more...]

Freddie Freeman, First Base, Atlanta Braves

Freddie Freeman, first baseman for the Atlanta Braves, was drafted by the Braves in 2007 while he was still in high school. He played in the minor leagues for the Braves from 2007 through 2010 and ended his minor league career with a .303 batting average. [read more...]

Paul Goldschmidt, First Base, Arizona Diamondbacks

Paul Goldschmidt, the power hitting first baseman for the Arizona Diamondbacks, was drafted out of college by the Diamondbacks in 2009. He played in the minor leagues for almost three seasons (2009-2011) and ended with a .317 batting average. [read more...]