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American League

Team Manager Comments Post-Season
Baltimore Orioles Sam Perlozzo
Dave Trembley
Perlozzo was fired and replaced during the season by Dave Trembley.
Boston Red Sox Terry Francona won the AL East, tied for best record in AL, MLB won World Series 4-0
Chicago White Sox Ozzie Guillén
Cleveland Indians Eric Wedge won the AL Central, tied for best record in AL, MLB lost ALCS 4-3
Detroit Tigers Jim Leyland
Kansas City Royals Buddy Bell Bell was replaced by Trey Hillman for the 2008 season.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Mike Scioscia won the AL West eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS 3-0
Minnesota Twins Ron Gardenhire
New York Yankees Joe Torre won the Wild Card; Torre was replaced for the 2008 season by Joe Girardi eliminated by the Cleveland Indians in ALDS 3-1
Oakland Athletics Bob Geren
Seattle Mariners Mike Hargrove Hargrove resigned during the season and was replaced by John McLaren. McLaren was promoted from interim to full-time manager for 2008.
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Joe Maddon
Texas Rangers Ron Washington
Toronto Blue Jays John Gibbons

National League

Team Manager Comments Post-Season
Arizona Diamondbacks Bob Melvin won the NL West, best record in the NL lost NLCS 4-0
Atlanta Braves Bobby Cox
Chicago Cubs Lou Piniella won the NL Central eliminated by the Arizona Diamandbacks in the NLDS 3-0
Cincinnati Reds Jerry Narron
Pete Mackanin
Narron was fired during the season and was replaced by Pete Mackanin for the rest of the season. Mackanin was replaced by Dusty Baker for 2008.
Colorado Rockies Clint Hurdle won the wild-card lost the World Series 4-0
Florida Marlins Fredi Gonzalez
Houston Astros Phil Garner
Cecil Cooper
Garner was replaced during the season by Cecil Cooper on an interim basis; Cooper was promoted to full-time manager at the end of the season.
Los Angeles Dodgers Grady Little Little was replaced for 2008 by Joe Torre.
Milwaukee Brewers Ned Yost
New York Mets Willie Randolph
Philadelphia Phillies Charlie Manuel won the NL East eliminated by the Colorado Rockies in the NLDS 3-0
Pittsburgh Pirates Jim Tracy Tracy was replaced by former third-base coach and Ottawa Lynx manager John Russell for 2008.
St. Louis Cardinals Tony LaRussa
San Diego Padres Bud Black lost the wild-card tiebreaker to Colorado Rockies
San Francisco Giants± Bruce Bochy
Washington Nationals Manny Acta

±hosted the MLB All Star Game

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