Major League Managers 2016

Scott Servais, Manager, Seattle Mariners

Scott Servais, manager of the Seattle Mariners, played baseball in high school and college before becoming a major league player. He also played in the 1986 Amateur World Series, the 1987 Pan American Games, and with the 1988 US Olympics team. [read more...]

Andy Green, Manager, San Diego Padres

Andy Green, manager of the San Diego Padres, was a star athlete in high school. He was also gifted academically and was his class' valedictorian. He attended the University of Kentucky on an academic scholarship and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.89 GPA. As an athlete, he was the university's all-time leader in hits with 277 and in runs scored with 199. [read more...]

Dave Roberts, Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers

Dave Roberts, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, was a top baseball player at UCLA. At the time of his graduation in 1995, he was the university's all time stolen base leader. After earning a degree in history, he was drafted by and signed with the Detroit Tigers in June, 1994. Four years later, he was traded to the Cleveland Indians. He played in the minor leagues from 1994 through most of 2001. [read more...]

Returning Managers

Brad Ausmus, Manager, Detroit Tigers

Jeff Banister, Manager, Texas Rangers

Bruce Bochy, Manager, San Francisco Giants

Kevin Cash, Manager, Tampa Bay Rays

Terry Collins, Manager, New York Mets

Craig Counsell, Manager, Milwaukee Brewers

John Farrell, Manager, Boston Red Sox

Terry Francona, Manager, Cleveland Indians

John Gibbons, Manager, Toronto Blue Jays

Joe Girardi, Manager, New York Yankees

Fredi Gonzalez, Manager, Atlanta Braves

Chip Hale, Manager, Arizona Diamondbacks

A.J. Hinch, Manager, Houston Astros

Clint Hurdle, Manager, Pittsburgh Pirates

Pete Mackanin, Manager, Philadelphia Phillies

Joe Maddon, Manager, Chicago Cubs

Mike Matheny, Manager, St. Louis Cardinals

Don Mattingly, Manager, Miami Marlins

Bob Melvin, Manager, Oakland Athletics

Paul Molitor, Manager, Minnesota Twins

Bryan Price, Manager, Cincinnati Reds

Mike Scioscia, Manager, Los Angeles Angels

Buck Showalter, Manager, Baltimore Orioles

Robin Ventura, Manager, Chicago White Sox

Walt Weiss, Manager, Colorado Rockies

Ned Yost, Manager, Kansas City Royals