Gabriel Stefan Kapler is an American professional baseball manager of the Philadelphia Phillies in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Johnnie B. "Dusty" Baker Jr. is an American former Major League Baseball manager and retired player. He had a 19-year career as a hard-hitting outfielder, primarily with the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers. He helped the Dodgers to pennants in 1977 and 1978 and to the World Series championship in 1981. He then had a 20-year career as a manager with the San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and Washington Nationals. He led the Giants to the 2002 National League pennant and also reached the playoffs with the latter three teams.
David Ray Roberts is an American professional baseball manager and former outfielder who is the manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played for five Major League teams over a ten-year career and then coached for the San Diego Padres before being named Dodgers manager for the 2016 season. The son of a Japanese mother and African American father, Roberts became the first manager of Asian heritage to lead a team to the World Series in 2017, when the Dodgers captured the National League pennant. Although he played for the Boston Red Sox for only part of one season, his most notable achievement as a player was a key stolen base in the 2004 ALCS that ignited the Red Sox's drive to their championship that year. Roberts batted and threw left-handed.
Terry Lee Collins is a retired American professional baseball manager, most recently for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB). He is currently the special assistant to the General Manager for the New York Mets after retiring from the managerial position. A former Minor League Baseball shortstop, Collins has managed the Albuquerque Dukes of the Pacific Coast League and the Buffalo Bisons of the International League at the minor league level, and the Duluth Huskies of the Northwoods League at the summer collegiate league level. In 1994, he made his MLB managerial debut with the Houston Astros. He also managed the Anaheim Angels. Collins was known as a "feisty and intense manager."
Fredi Jesus González is a former professional baseball player and Major League Baseball manager. He is currently the third base coach for the Miami Marlins. He managed the Florida Marlins from 2007 to 2010 and the Atlanta Braves from 2011 to 2016. González was fired from both managing positions. For four seasons prior to 2007, he was the third base coach for the Atlanta Braves. Despite never reaching the playoffs with Florida, González nearly led the Braves to a playoff berth in his first season as manager in 2011. He then guided the Braves to the postseason in 2012 and 2013.
Clarence Henry "Pants" Rowland was a Major League Baseball manager for the Chicago White Sox from 1915 through 1918 who went on to become a major figure in minor league baseball. He was born in Platteville, Wisconsin. In his varied career that spanned parts of six decades, he was a catcher, scout, major league umpire, minor and major league manager, and a boisterous baseball executive.
Gary Wayne Jones is an American minor league baseball manager and a former coach in Major League Baseball. Jones was the third base coach of the Chicago Cubs from 2014 to 2017. In 2018, he returned to managing as the skipper of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, Triple-A International League affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Robert H. "Bob" Leadley was a professional baseball manager, administrator, and team owner whose career spanned from 1884 to 1897. He was a manager in Major League Baseball for the last portion of the 1888 season with the Detroit Wolverines and for parts of the 1890 and 1891 seasons with the Cleveland Spiders. Over those three seasons, Leadley compiled a record of 76-86 and a winning percentage of .469.
John Sloane Barnes was a Minor League Baseball manager, athlete, promoter, and proponent of physical fitness. Born in Ireland, Barnes organized the Pacific Northwest League in 1890, the first professional baseball league in the region. In that same year, he led the Spokane team to the Pacific Northwest League pennant. After managing the Portland Webfeet in 1892, he played a key role in the reorganization of the Western League, which later became the American League, before devoting a decade to the promotion of physical fitness in China. In 1909, Barnes returned to manage the Butte Miners in Montana, and in 1915 operated the Aberdeen Black Cats franchise. Barnes is interred at Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park in Seattle, Washington.