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National League Managers Since 1996

  • Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves – 1992–93; 1996–97, 2000
  • Jim Leyland, Florida Marlins – 1998
  • Bruce Bochy, San Diego Padres – 1999; San Francisco Giants – 2011, 2013
  • Bobby Valentine, New York Mets – 2001
  • Bob Brenly, Arizona Diamondbacks – 2002
  • Dusty Baker, Chicago Cubs* – 2003
  • Jack McKeon, Florida Marlins – 2004
  • Tony La Russa, St. Louis Cardinals**, *** – 2005, 2007, 2012
  • Phil Garner, Houston Astros – 2006
  • Clint Hurdle, Colorado Rockies – 2008
  • Charlie Manuel, Philadelphia Phillies – 2009–10

*Baker won the 2002 N.L. pennant with the San Francisco Giants

**La Russa also was the American League manager from 1989-1991 while manager of the Oakland Athletics.

***MLB Commissioner Bud Selig named La Russa to manage the National League for the 2012 All-Star Game; La Russa was the second manager in league history to manage an All-Star Game following retirement; Cardinals won the 2011 N.L. Pennant and 2011 World Series.

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