MLB's final managerial vacancy has been filled

November 14th, 2023

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Nov. 21: MLB's final managerial vacancy has been filled
Here's a quick rundown of the eight teams that will head into 2024 with new managers.

Angels: The Halos hired former Rangers manager Ron Washington after choosing not to pick up Phil Nevin's 2024 option.

Astros: Houston promoted bench coach Joe Espada to the managerial role after Dusty Baker retired.

Brewers: Milwaukee promoted bench coach Pat Murphy to replace departed manager Craig Counsell, who signed with the Cubs as a free agent.

Cubs: Chicago dismissed David Ross and hired Counsell, signing him to a five-year, $40 million deal.

Giants: After parting ways with Gabe Kapler, San Francisco received permission from the Padres to interview Bob Melvin and ultimately hired the veteran skipper.

Guardians: Cleveland hired former MLB catcher Stephen Vogt to replace Terry Francona, who stepped down from the role for health reasons at the end of the 2023 season.

Mets: The Mets looked across town for their next manager, hiring Yankees bench coach Carlos Mendoza after dismissing Buck Showalter.

Padres: After Melvin left to manage the Giants, the Padres replaced him with Mike Shildt.