The 2023-24 MLB offseason has arrived and that means change. Several teams are set to have new managers for the 2024 campaign, thanks to either retirements or a desire to have a fresh face in charge. Here’s a look at all the 2023-24 MLB manager changes and which teams will have new leaders come 2024.
Which managers are headed to new teams in 2024?
Here’s a breakdown of which MLB teams will have new managers in the 2024 season:
|Team||2023 Manager||2024 Manager|
|Cubs||David Ross||Craig Counsell|
|Guardians||Terry Francona||Stephen Vogt|
|Astros||Dusty Baker||Joe Espada|
|Angels||Phil Nevin||Ron Washington|
|Brewers||Craig Counsell||Pat Murphy|
|Mets||Buck Showalter||Carlos Mendoza|
|Padres||Bob Melvin||Mike Shildt|
|Giants||Gabe Kapler/Kai Correa||Bob Melvin|
Eight teams in MLB have made changes in the manager position for 2024.
The Padres were the last team to fill their managerial vacancy, as San Diego opted to hire team advisor and former Cardinals manager Mike Shildt to take over. Shildt had a career record of 252-199 with St. Louis over four seasons and helped lead the Cards to playoff births in 2019, 2020, and 2021.
Murphy would not be the only coach to be promoted to manager for 2024. The Astros have reportedly agreed to promote Joe Espada to replace Dusty Baker.
Cleveland hired former MLBer Stephen Vogt, who finished his playing career in 2022, to replace Terry Francona. Vogt was a Mariners coach this past season.
Both the Mets (Carlos Mendoza) and Angels (Ron Washington) have new managers, while the Cubs hired away Craig Counsell from the Brewers to replace David Ross.