Manager Dusty Baker (74), who won 2,183 games over a total of 26 seasons in the major leagues, marked the end of his long career as a manager. Now all that’s left is to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

USA Today reported on the 26th (Korean time) that Coach Baker announced his retirement from his position as head coach. This decision was made two days after being eliminated from the postseason.

Previously, Coach Baker announced that this year would be his last in Houston after losing in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) on the 24th.토스카지노

Afterwards, Manager Baker announced that he would not only step down as Houston’s head coach, but also retire as a major league manager. It’s the end of a long career.

Coach Baker was born in 1949 and will turn 75 years old in the 2024 season. He was 71 years old when he returned to Houston in 2020. Therefore, there is virtually no possibility of returning.

Coach Baker began his career as a manager in 1993 when he took over as head coach of the San Francisco Giants, and went on to take charge of the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and Washington before taking charge of Houston.

He had not won a World Series until he led Washington, but last year, in his 25th year as a major league manager, and in three seasons in charge of Houston, he achieved his first championship.

In his 26 seasons, he recorded 2,183 wins, 1,862 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.540, and won the World Series once. He also received National League Manager of the Year honors in 1993, 1997, and 2000.

A managerial career that virtually confirmed his induction into the Hall of Fame. However, in this year’s ALCS, which was his final stage, he bowed his head with 4 consecutive losses in his home stadium.

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