30. Skip Schumaker, Miami Marlins
The Marlins have made one postseason appearance since winning the 2003 World Series. Since then, the organization has been through nine different managers. Don Mattingly posted one winning season in the seven guiding the Marlins, who turn to former Cardinal Skip Schumaker in his managerial debut. Since his playing days ended in 2015, Schumaker has rose pretty quickly in his second career. He started in baseball operations with San Diego, then became a base coach followed by an associate manager. Respected as a hard-nosed versatile player, expect the Marlins to follow the archetype of their new manager. Whether it translates into success remains to be seen.
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