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List of Arizona Diamondbacks managers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

There have been a total of nine managers in the history of the Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise of the National League. The Diamondbacks franchise was formed in the 1998 Major League Baseball season as a member of the National League.[1] Buck Showalter was hired as the first Diamondbacks manager. Showalter served for three (1998-2000) seasons before being replaced after the 2000 season. Al Pedrique, Alan Trammell, A. J. Hinch, and Chip Hale are the only managers in the Diamondbacks history to not lead a team into the playoffs, although Tranmell and Pedrique did not manage a whole season. Five managers have led the Diamondbacks to the playoffs.

In the 2000 baseball season, the Diamondbacks decided to replace Buck Showalter with Bob Brenly. The following year, Brenly led the Diamondbacks to win the 2001 World Series.[2] Brenly has the highest winning percentage for all Diamondback managers along with the most playoff games managed and won. However, after a poor 2003 and start of the 2004 season, Brenly was also released and was replaced by Al Pedrique, the third base coach for the Diamondbacks at the time. His 22 wins in 83 games managed for a .265 winning percentage is the lowest for all Diamondback managers in history.[3] At the end of that season, the Diamondbacks originally hired Wally Backman as their new manager for the team. Though, after allegations of Backman driving under the influence, the Diamondbacks decided to instead hire Bob Melvin as their new manager instead of hiring Backman.[4] Prior to the May 8, 2009 game, the Diamondbacks replaced Melvin with A. J. Hinch, who in turn was fired after the next season; Hinch has the lowest winning percentage for any fulltime Diamondback manager in history (.420). Kirk Gibson managed the next five seasons before being fired in 2014; he was replaced by Chip Hale, who managed for two seasons before being let go in 2016.[5] Kirk Gibson is the all-time winningest Diamondbacks manager with 353 victories within 728 games managed.[6] The current manager of Diamondbacks is Torey Lovullo, who was hired in 2017. Providing that Lovullo manages the entirety of the 2022 season, he would rank as the longest tenured Diamondback manager in history.

Key

# Number of coaches[A]
GC Games coached
W Wins
L Losses
Win% Winning percentage

Statistics are accurate through the 2020 MLB season.

Managers

#[a] Manager Seasons G W L Win% PA PW PL LC WS Achievements Ref
1 Buck Showalter 19982000 486 250 236 .514 4 1 3 1999 National League West Championship. [7]
2 Bob Brenly 20012004 565 303 262 .536 20 11 9 1 1 2001 & 2002 National League West Championship
2001 National League Championship Series Championship
2001 World Series Championship
[8]
3 Al Pedrique 2004 83 22 61 .265 [9]
4 Bob Melvin 2005–2009 677 337 340 .498 7 3 4 2007 National League Manager of Year
2007 National League West Champions
[10]
5 A. J. Hinch 20092010 212 89 123 .420 [11]
6 Kirk Gibson 20102014 729 353 376 .484 5 2 3 2011 National League Manager of Year
2011 National League West Champions
[12]
7 Alan Trammell 2014 3 1 2 .333
8 Chip Hale 20152016 324 148 176 .457
9 Torey Lovullo 2017–present 708 337 371 .476 4 1 3 2017 National League Manager of Year
2017 National League Wild Card

Wally Backman was hired as the Diamondbacks manager on November 1, 2004, but was fired four days later on November 5, 2004, due to off-field issues.

Notes

  • A A running total of the number of managers of the Diamondbacks. Thus any manager who has had two or more terms as manager is only counted once.

References

  1. ^ "Arizona Diamondbacks History & Encyclopedia". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  2. ^ "2001 World Series (4-3): Arizona Diamondbacks (92-70) over New York Yankees (95-65)". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  3. ^ "Diamondbacks Fire Brenly as Manager". The New York Times. 2004-07-03. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  4. ^ Schlegel, John (2004-11-05). "Diamondbacks hire Melvin". mlb.com. Archived from the original on 2007-08-19. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  5. ^ http://ktar.com/?sid=1153587&nid=184
  6. ^ "Arizona Diamondbacks Managers".
  7. ^ "Buck Showalter Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  8. ^ "Bob Brenly Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  9. ^ "Al Pedrique Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2008-09-21.
  10. ^ "Bob Melvin Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-01-07.
  11. ^ "A. J. Hinch Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-18.
  12. ^ "Kirk Gibson Managerial Record". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 2010-07-11.
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