On Monday, the Texas Rangers fired Chris Woodward from Covina in California. After a disappointing record of just 51 wins this season, the Rangers fired him on Monday. Texas was third in the American League West. However, Texas was 23 games behind the Houston Astros and ten games behind the Seattle Mariners in the American League Wildcard hunt. Check out the best new sportsbooks for betting on baseball.
After being hired on November 2, 2018, Woodward became the Rangers manager for 2019-2022. Woodward’s record was 211 wins and 287 defeats. Woodward was not helped by the fact that the Rangers lost102 games in the 2021 Major League Baseball regular season. In franchise history, the Rangers’ 102 losses in 2021 was the second-highest number of losses in a single season. In 1973, the Rangers lost more 105 games. Whitey Herzog, Del Wilber, and Billy Martin of Berkeley, California, managed the Rangers that year. Herzog was a successful manager for the St. Louis Cardinals and won the 1982 World Series. Martin won a World Series in 1977 with the New York Yankees. However, Martin will be remembered for being fired by George Steinbrenner on four occasions.
Before becoming the Rangers manager, Woodward was a coach for the Seattle Mariners from 2014 to 2015. He then coached the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2016-2018. Woodward was Seattle’s first base coach in 2015 and infield coach for the Mariners in 2014. Woodward worked at the Major League Baseball level with the Mariners before becoming the infield coach. He was also the minor league coordinator for their organization’s infield during the 2013 season. Woodward served as Los Angeles’ third base coach while with the Dodgers.
Chris Woodward played infield for the Boston Red Sox, New York Mets and Atlanta Braves from 1999 through 2011. He batted.239 in 1706 games with 33 home runs, and 191 runs batted in. Woodward had 408 hits during 1706 games, scored 211 runs, and had 87 doubles and 14 triples. He also stole nine bases and had 137 walks. 622 total bases. Seventeen sacrifice bunts and 24 sacrifice flies gave Woodward an on-base percentage of.296 and a slugging percentage of.365.
Tony Beasley, their interim manager, is the former third base coach for the Rangers. He hails from Fredericksburg in Virginia. Beasley spent more than 20 years as a minor league coach and on the coaching staff for Major League teams. Beasley was previously a player-coach with the Carolina Mudcats (1998), hitting coach for the Gulf Coast League Pirates (1999), hitting coach for the Lynchburg Hellcats (2000, 2001), manager at the Williamsport Crosscutters (2001), manager at the Hickory Crawdads (2002, 2003), third base coach for the Washington Nationals (2006). He was also the Pittsburgh Pirates roving minor-league infield instructor (2007). Rangers third base coach since 2015.
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