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The Angels Officially Have Their Next Manager

Photo by MLB On Fox

Former Atlanta Braves third base coach, Ron Washington, is one of the most respected figures in the game of baseball. His knowledge of the game mixed with how well he works with the players is nothing short of extraordinary. All of his well respected characteristics are now residing in Los Angeles as Washington was named the next manager of the Angels.

Washington, 71, is entering his 47th year in the game of baseball. Washington made his first appearance in baseball with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1977 and played until 1989.

As a manager, Ron Washington has a career 664-611 record in 8 seasons with the Texas Rangers. In those 8 seasons, Washington has seen a lot of success, including a wildcard berth, two division titles, and a World Series appearance. He ultimately resigned in 2014 due to a "off the field personal matter."

After his managing days in Texas, Washington made appearances in Oakland for two seasons before joining the Atlanta Braves in 2017. There was almost no doubt that Washington would manage once again. He now gets that chance in Los Angeles. Although the Angels are in quite the situation, Washington was the right guy for the job and will be for, at least, the next two seasons.


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