Recapping the 5 new managerial hires

November 3rd, 2022

This is a one-stop shop for the latest news and rumors surrounding potential manager changes and candidates around MLB. There are currently no open managerial jobs remaining.

Nov. 3: All managerial vacancies now filled
When the regular season ended, five teams were left searching for a new manager. All five have now filled their vacancies. Here’s a rundown of each situation.

Blue Jays: Toronto opted to bring back John Schneider, removing his interim tag and signing him to a three-year contract. Schneider replaced Charlie Montoyo on July 13 and led the Blue Jays to a 46-28 record and an AL Wild Card spot. More >

Marlins: Miami hired Cardinals bench coach Skip Schumaker to replace Don Mattingly as its manager. Mattingly and the Marlins made the mutual decision not to pursue a contract extension, ending his tenure after seven seasons. More >

Rangers: After firing manager Chris Woodward and president of baseball operations Jon Daniels in August, the Rangers hired three-time World Series-winning manager Bruce Bochy last month. The 67-year-old took three years off after stepping down from his job as Giants manager at the end of the 2019 season. More >

Royals: Weeks after parting ways with longtime president of baseball operations Dayton Moore and promoting J.J. Picollo to head up their baseball operations department, the Royals dismissed manager Mike Matheny after three seasons at the helm. They picked Rays bench coach Matt Quatraro as their new manager. More >

White Sox: Chicago hired Royals bench coach Pedro Grifol to fill its managerial vacancy, which was created when Tony La Russa retired at the end of the 2022 season. La Russa left the team on Aug. 30 due to health problems and never returned, leaving bench coach Miguel Cairo to handle managerial duties the rest of the season. More >