Major League Managers 2017

Brian Snitker, Manager, Atlanta Braves

Brian Snitker, manager for the Atlanta Braves, never played in the major leagues but he has had extensive experience managing minor league baseball teams and coaching major league players. [read more...]

Torey Lovullo, Manager, Arizona Diamondbacks

Torey Lovullo, manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, was a major league player for seven teams from 1988 through 1999. He finished his career as a player in Japan in 2000. [read more...]

Rick Renteria, Manager, Chicago White Sox

Rick Renteria, who managed the Chicago Cubs in 2014, is returning as a major league manager, this time with the Chicago White Sox. [read more...]

Bud Black, Manager, Colorado Rockies

Bud Black, who managed the San Diego Padres until June 2015, is taking over as manager of the Colorado Rockies in 2017. [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

Andy Green, Manager, San Diego Padres

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

Dave Roberts, Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers

Mike Scioscia, Manager, Los Angeles Angels

Scott Servais, Manager, Seattle Mariners

Buck Showalter, Manager, Baltimore Orioles

Ned Yost, Manager, Kansas City Royals