Please note that some web browsers like Microsoft Explorer do not support the technology software used in the design of this website and may not display its contents correctly. Please upgrade to Microsoft Edge, or use another supported browser like Chrome or Firefox.

*Disclaimer* - Photos used in this website are used for educational purposes only. If you own the copyright to any one such photo and do not want it posted, please contact us at the email below and we will delete said photo.

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram
  • YouTube Social  Icon

237 Kearny Street  #9088

San Francisco, California. 94108

Tel: (415) 305-1450

(c) 2019 Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum Hall of Fame / Designed by Mauricio Segura ERSE 21 Media Services

Bruce Bochy "One More Shot" As Manager

photo by Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group

It should not be a surprise to anybody that Bruce Bochy might want to manage again.The future Hall of Fame manager who began his career as the San Diego Padres Manager(1995-2006)and continued as San Francisco Giants Manager(2007-2019)seems to be leaning that way.“I’d love to have one more shot,” Bochy said Thursday in an interview with Chris “Mad Dog” Russo on SiriusXM.

Bochy can call his own shots,when it comes,to where he wants to manage, his reputation is impeccable,players love to play for him,they respect his knowledge and leadership. However, he might want to end his managerial career with a winning record. After those 25 years divided between the Padres and the Giants his record is of: 2003 won,2029 games lost, for a .497 winning percentage.

Today Bochy is  #11 among the top managers with over 2,000 wins. However of those 11 only 2 ended their careers with and under .500 winning percentage, Connie Mack and Bucky Harris. If Bochy doesn't manager again, he will be the 3rd among the top 11 managers win under .500 winning record.

The San Francisco Giants gave Bochy a great sendoff,where many of his players,past and present spoke,where Bochy's family was present,where he spoke in front of a sellout Oracle Park and at that time,one would think,that was it "no más".no more for Bochy,but those people could be wrong. Bochy is a sure thing to be elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame,at Cooperstown,New York he has won three World Series as Giants manager in 2010,2012 and 2014. Is one of eleven managers that have won 2,000 or more games.

He wants to take a year off and then look at the possibilities available to him,and who is going to tell him otherwise? Last week the San Diego Padres named Jayce Tingler, who was a Texas Rangers' major league field coordinator as their new field manager. The ex Padres and ex Giants manager lives in the San Diego area,and there were rumors that if he came back from "retirement"it would be with his first team,the Padres.The only one that knows if Bruce Bochy is coming back to manage,is Bruce Bochy, his wife,his family. And I am sure he will make a good decision. So,for those that said "no,he is not coming back"you better wait until the whole Bruce Bochy story is complete and his book is out.