Former manager Dusty Baker (74), who laid down the baton of the MLB Houston Astros, returns to his former team, the San Francisco Giants.
Reporter Bob Nightingale of the American daily USA Today said on the 16th (Korean time) on the social media “I plan to help the CEO with his work as well,” he said.
Former coach Baker also said on local radio in December last year, “I discussed with Bear about the possibility of working with San Francisco.” 카지노사이트
MLB.com reported, “Former manager Baker is expected to play a role similar to the special advisor he played in San Francisco for two seasons starting in 2018.”
As a result, there is a greater possibility that former manager Baker will finish his baseball career in San Francisco, where he began his career as a coach.
He took his first steps as a baseball coach as a base running coach in San Francisco in 1988, and led San Francisco as the head coach for 10 seasons starting in 1993.
While in San Francisco, he won 840 games (717 losses) and was named Coach of the Year three times.
Afterwards, he worked as the head coach of Houston from 2020 to last year after working for the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, and Washington Nationals.In the 2022 season, he fulfilled his long-cherished wish by winning his first World Series.
Ranking 7th in all-time big league managers in wins (2,183 wins), he became the first black manager to surpass 2,000 wins and reserved induction into the Hall of Fame.
Even though he was over 70 years old, former manager Baker was known as an MLB master and virtue leader by communicating well with young players and leading the team atmosphere well.
It is expected to be of great help in the soft landing of Lee Jeong-hoo, who wears the San Francisco uniform for the first time this season, in the big league. 19가이드03