It seems that when baseball players and managers are done with their respective careers, they want to stay in the game of baseball.
That's why many become broadcasters. It still lets them be involved with the game they love, while adding special insight that only people who were that invested with baseball have.
More recently, managers, especially ones that have recently left their teams, have gone into the broadcast booth. They offer their services as viable backups or a change of pace for the normal run of things.
Here are some of the best former managers who have made the switch from dugout to broadcast booth.