Dusty Baker, the eternal manager who still does not win the World Series

Lyou Houston Astros fell by the wayside to be able to reach the World Series. With a perfect Atlanta Braves at bat, they couldn’t respond and fell 7-0 in Game 6 of the World Series, extending manager Dusty Baker’s untitled streak.

Astros manager is in his 24th season in the Big Top and after leading the Giants, Reds and Nationals, He came to the rescue in Houston to seek his first title, but everything has been denied in his successful career.

Baker belonged to the majors as a player for 19 years and the funny thing is that his career it started right with the Atlanta Braves. It is no secret that the strategist of the Astros I quit professional baseball at 72 Unless you agree to another extension so you can walk away with a crown in your display case.

Baker had an impressive career inside the diamond because achieved a pair of All Star Games with a fourth place as MVP with a MVP by the NLCS. He also achieved three pennants without forgetting that participated in the 1981 World Series with the Dodgers of the Angels.

The current Astros coach took his first steps as a coach almost after retirement as a player with a step as a manager in 1993 and later. lead five institutions to the postseason with a shocking record of five divisions won. It also has a record of .534 wins, plus 87 wins in 162 games on average. Although there is a but, he has never won the Fall Classic.

Baker was appointed as manager of the Texan club following the incidents of the theft of signs, one of the great scandals of recent years. In this way, the veteran stepped on the floor of the Astros to try to control the situation through work or at least that was the main intention of Jim Crane, owner of Houston.

But now with defeat his fate is uncertain, but it cannot be denied that he could bring the Astros from the lowest to come and fight for the World Series, even though they came up short.

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