Three-time World Series champion Texas Rangers manager Bruce Bochy (68) has moved into the top 10 on Major League Baseball’s all-time wins list.
Texas hosted the Seattle Mariners on April 5 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
Behind a six-inning no-hitter from starter Nathan Eovaldi and an offense that pounded out 15 hits and 12 runs, Texas cruised to a 12-3 victory.
Bochy earned his 38th win as Texas’ manager this season. He now has 2041 career wins. Passed Walter Alston for 10th place on the all-time list.
Bochy began his major league managerial career in 1995 as the manager of the San Diego Padres, and has led the San Francisco Giants since 2007.
His best years were in the early 2010s. San Francisco won World Series titles in 2010, 2012, and 2014 under Bochy.
Bochy’s last day as San Francisco manager was in 2019, but he signed a three-year deal with Texas ahead of the season 스포츠토토.
Texas missed the postseason last year with a 68-94 record and a .420 winning percentage. There was some concern that Bochy’s return could tarnish his reputation.
However, the Rangers are 38-20 with a .655 winning percentage and lead the American League West, which is the second-best record in the majors.
If the Rangers make it to the postseason, Bochy could win his first Manager of the Year award in 27 years, a feat he hasn’t accomplished since 1996.
Bochy signed a three-year contract with Texas. That would put him within striking distance of sixth-place Sparky Anderson’s 2194 wins.
Above him is Joe Torre, who is fifth on the all-time list with 2326 wins. From there, he’ll need to sign another contract after the 2025 season.