MLB's 5 Worst Managing Blunders Ever

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MLB's 5 Worst Managing Blunders Ever
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Being a manager of a Major League Baseball team is no small task.

There have been some extraordinary managers in the long history of Major League Baseball. Bobby Cox, John McGraw, Casey Stengel and Joe Torre are just some of the brilliant men to have held the helm of baseball teams throughout history.

Of course, managing a baseball team is an extremely difficult task. Between setting lineups and pitching rotations and making tough in-game decisions, it takes a lot of fortitude to be a manager. Sometimes you make the right decisions, and sometimes you make bad ones. Sometimes, you make infamous ones.

Well, like just about anything in baseball, when a manager makes the wrong choice, people remember them—perhaps more so than the good decisions. Here are five managers who may regret some of the decisions they made. Some were more serious than others, but each had its own ramification on the career of the manager.

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