Just because a team wins a world series, it does not mean the manager was actually responsible for leading his team to victory. There were some teams—like Murderer's Row, for example—that probably would have won the World Series with you and me as their manager. They happened to have a great manager in Miller Huggins who definitely helped, but even he could not have messed up that team.
These 25 managers, on the other hand—they did their share of messing up.
The point is, there are a lot of managers in baseball history who, despite having a ring on their finger, did not necessarily earn it with their managerial skills. Here are 25 people that should be very thankful for the players they had, because they are among the worst managers in baseball history to win a world series.