Originally posted by Max Power
He has a career record of 1,319-1,135.
He had wire-to-wire champs, the 1990 Reds.
He's had four 1st place teams and four 2nd place teams. He's had four 3rd place teams. In total, he's been win-place-or-show 12 times in 15 full seasons.
He had a team that won 116 games in a season.
Only four times in 15 full years has his team not had a winning record.
He's won 90+ seven times - - missing an 8th by 1 win.
If he retired today, should he be enshired in Cooperstown as a MGR?
dont forget the MLB records in bases thrown and bases thrown above average (both career and season records)