The Jim Leyland Report

by Bill Chuck on October 21, 2013

As first reported by Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, Jim Leyland has stepped down as manager of the Tigers.

The Tigers join the Nationals, Reds, Mariners, and Cubs needing a new manager.

Leyland, 68, has been a major league manager for 22 years

Rk Year Tm Lg W L W-L% G Finish
1 1986 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 64 98 .395 162 6
2 1987 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 80 82 .494 162 4
3 1988 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 85 75 .531 160 2
4 1989 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 74 88 .457 164 5
5 1990 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 95 67 .586 162 1
6 1991 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 98 64 .605 162 1
7 1992 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 96 66 .593 162 1
8 1993 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 75 87 .463 162 5
9 1994 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 53 61 .465 114 3
10 1995 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 58 86 .403 144 5
11 1996 Pittsburgh Pirates NL 73 89 .451 162 5
12 1997 Florida Marlins NL 92 70 .568 162 2 WS Champs
13 1998 Florida Marlins NL 54 108 .333 162 5
14 1999 Colorado Rockies NL 72 90 .444 162 5
15 2006 Detroit Tigers AL 95 67 .586 162 2 AL Pennant
16 2007 Detroit Tigers AL 88 74 .543 162 2
17 2008 Detroit Tigers AL 74 88 .457 162 5
18 2009 Detroit Tigers AL 86 77 .528 163 2
19 2010 Detroit Tigers AL 81 81 .500 162 3
20 2011 Detroit Tigers AL 95 67 .586 162 1
21 2012 Detroit Tigers AL 88 74 .543 162 1 AL Pennant
22 2013 Detroit Tigers AL 93 69 .574 162 1
Pittsburgh Pirates 11 years 851 863 .496 1716 3.5
Florida Marlins 2 years 146 178 .451 324 3.5 1 Pennant and 1 World Series Title
Colorado Rockies 1 year 72 90 .444 162 5.0
Detroit Tigers 8 years 700 597 .540 1297 2.1 2 Pennants
22 years 1769 1728 .506 3499 3.0 3 Pennants and 1 World Series Title
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 10/21/2013.

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