Aftermath: How Do MLB Managers Rank Following Last Night's Collapses?

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Aftermath: How Do MLB Managers Rank Following Last Night's Collapses?
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Unless you are a Red Sox or Atlanta Braves fan, I can't see how last night wasn't one of the most amazing nights of baseball you have ever seen. But, with the completion of two of the most historic collapses in MLB history, I've started to ask myself, "Where would I rank guys like Fredi and Terry now?"

So, I've decided to rank my list of MLB managers from worst to best. I will only rank 29 because of the vacancy with the White Sox. I will take into account the following: championships, winning percentage, payroll, overall team talent during their tenure and my gut feelings about each individual.

Before I begin, I'd like to advise that just because a manager is ranked low, that doesn't mean that they are the worst manager ever or don't deserve to be in a dugout. This list is just my personal opinion.

Now, let's begin.

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