MLB Managers top to bottom

The average age of major league managers got younger during the offseason, with six teams making new hires. Here are the ages of all 30 managers and a brief look at the six new ones:

Joe Maddon, Chicago Cubs 65

Brian Snitker, Atlanta 63

Ned Yost, Kansas City 63

Bruce Bochy, San Francisco 63

Bud Black, Colorado 61

Ron Gardenhire, Detroit 61

Clint Hurdle, Pittsburgh 61

Terry Francona, Cleveland 59

Don Mattingly, Miami 57

Bob Melvin, Oakland 57

Rick Renteria, Chicago White Sox 57

Dave Martinez, Washington 54

Torey Lovullo, Arizona 53

Charlie Montoyo, Toronto 53

Bench coach for Tampa Bay last season, when the Rays were the surprise team of the American League. Replaced John Gibbons, 56.

Scott Servais, Seattle 51

Mike Shildt, St. Louis 50

Brad Ausmus, L.A. Angels 49

The only new hire who is a former big-league manager (Tigers). Also had the most extensive playing career; Ausmus caught the seventh-most games in major league history and was a three-time Gold Glove winner. Replaced retiring Mike Scioscia, 60.

Craig Counsell, Milwaukee 48

Dave Roberts, L.A. Dodgers 46

David Bell, Cincinnati 46

Was farm director for the Giants last season after being in the mix for managerial jobs before the 2018 season. Replaced Jim Riggleman, 66.

Aaron Boone, N.Y. Yankees 46

Brandon Hyde, Baltimore 45

Moved from Joe Maddon’s staff with the Cubs to take over the worst team in baseball. The O’s were 47-115 last season. Replaced Buck Showalter, 62.

A.J. Hinch, Houston 44

Alex Cora, Boston 43

Mickey Callaway, N.Y. Mets 43

Gabe Kapler, Philadelphia 43

Chris Woodward, Texas 42

Former Dodgers third base coach was a leading candidate for the Yankees job before the 2018 season and beat out Twins coach Derek Shelton for the Rangers post. Replaces Jeff Banister, 54.

Andy Green, San Diego 41

Kevin Cash, Tampa Bay 41

Rocco Baldelli, Twins 37

After a promising playing career was cut short by physical issues, Baldelli coached with the Rays and was a popular offseason managerial candidate. Replaces Paul Molitor, 62.