“It feels great every time you reach a goal,” Baker said at his post-game press conference, sitting next to a bottle of champagne. Five years ago, when I realized I had a chance. “
Baker’s executive career spans 25 seasons with the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cabs, the Cincinnati Reds, the Washington Nationals and the Astros.
He is the only manager in MLB history to lead five different teams in the post-season and win division titles with five different clubs. His team has reached the post-season 11 times, and has twice won the World Series (2002 with the Giants and 2021 with the Astros).
Baker’s first victory came on April 6, 1993, when the Giants won against the Cardinals in St. Louis. The five teams he has led have advanced in the post-season.
“I think of Hank Aaron and Jackie Robinson and Frank Robinson, who helped me a lot, Bill Walsh, all the general managers and owners I had, whether they fired me or not,” Baker said. Baker said.
“It has boosted my perseverance, determination and faith. I also have to thank my critics for encouraging me to move on because there are a lot of people who were skeptical of me in the beginning when I first Bar got a job. No experience, many of them doubted me even though I was winning. “
Before becoming a manager, Baker was a successful player. He was an All Star, Gold Glow Winner, Silver Silver Winner, NLCS MVP and World Series Champion.
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