Spoiler alert: There's not much movement in this week's National League Manager of the Year rankings.
Everything's holding pretty steady, as the skippers that were already among the top contenders for the award have had to navigate some choppy waters recently, but they've kept steering their respective ships in the right direction.
Getting pushed off the list of top five candidates is Houston Astros manager Brad Mills. His place in the rankings was based largely on his keeping the Astros competitive in the NL Central despite a roster that looked ready to finish last in the majors for the second straight season. With two wins in their last 10 games, Mills and his team might be sliding down to that level.
So that opens up one spot on our list for a new manager. Here is how this week's list of top five candidates for the NL Manager of the Year award shakes out.