Jack McKeon took over the sub-.500 Marlins in May and led them to the World Series, defeating two 100-win teams in the process.
Besides his decision to start Josh Beckett on three days' rest in Game 6, McKeon made two other key moves during the postseason:
1) Batting 20-year-old rookie Miguel Cabrera cleanup (he hit four home runs and drove in 12 runs in 17 playoff games).
2) He wasn't afraid to tinker with his rotation. Brad Penny started in the rotation, went to the bullpen, ...Read full story