Rank 'Em: All-time MLB managers

Created: June 17, 2009, 3:19 PM

Where does Joe Torre rank?

Joe Torre now stands alone in fifth on the all-time wins list, but is he already the best manager in baseball history? That's up to your rankings to decide, SportsNation.

Torre broke a tie for fifth with Spark Anderson but still stands more than 1,500 wins behind all-time leader Connie Mack (of course, he's also more than 2,000 losses behind the Methuselah-like Mack). Former Yankees boss Joe McCarthy leads the way in all-time winning percentage and shares the all-time lead in World Series titles with Casey Stengel at seven.

How do you size up the men in the dugout?
 

How are the points calculated?
On a poll with 10 options, a No.1 ranking equals 10 points, a No.2 ranking equals 9 points, etc. The item with the most points will be ranked first.
 
  • 1954-1976
    W-L: 2040-1613
    WS titles: 4
  • 1970-1995
    W-L: 2194-1834
    WS titles: 3
  • 1978-present
    W-L: 2357-1887
    WS titles: 1
  • 1939-1973
    W-L: 2008-1709
    WS titles: 1
  • 1979-present
    W-L: 2496-2176
    WS titles: 2
  • 1976-1996
    W-L: 1599-1439
    WS titles: 2
  • 1986-present
    W-L: 1360-1390
    WS titles: 1
  • 1894-1950
    W-L: 3731-3948
    WS titles: 5
  • 1969-1988
    W-L: 1253-1013
    WS titles: 2
  • 1926-1950
    W-L: 2125-1333
    WS titles: 7
  • 1899-1932
    W-L: 2763-1948
    WS titles: 3
  • 1986-present
    W-L: 1731-1591
    WS titles: 1
  • 1934-1965
    W-L: 1905-1842
    WS titles: 7
  • 1977-present
    W-L: 2195-1870
    WS titles: 4
  • 1968-1986
    W-L: 1480-1060
    WS titles: 1