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10 winningest managers in MLB history

5. JOE TORRE Record: 2326-1997 Teams: Mets (1977-81),

5. JOE TORRE
Record: 2326-1997
Teams: Mets (1977-81), Atlanta Braves (1982-84), St. Louis Cardinals (1990-95), Yankees (1996-2007), Los Angeles Dodgers (2008-10)
World Series titles: Four | Photo Credit: Getty, 2006

With Tony La Russa, Bobby Cox and Joe Torre's induction into Baseball's Hall of Fame, the top 10 winningest managers in MLB history are now all Hall of Famers. See who tops the list.

10. LEO DUROCHER Record: 2008-1709 Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers
Photo Credit: Handout, 1951

10. LEO DUROCHER
Record: 2008-1709
Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers (1939-46, 1948), New York Giants (1948-55), Chicago Cubs (1966-72), Houston Astros (1972-73)
World Series titles: One |

9. WALTER ALSTON (pictured left) Record: 2040-1613 Teams:
Photo Credit: AP, 1956

9. WALTER ALSTON (pictured left)
Record: 2040-1613
Teams: Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers (1954-76)
World Series titles: Four |

8. JOE MCCARTHY Record: 2158-2219 Teams: Chicago Cubs
Photo Credit: AP, 1943

8. JOE MCCARTHY
Record: 2158-2219
Teams: Chicago Cubs (1926-30), Yankees (1931-46), Boston Red Sox (1948-50)
World Series titles: Seven |

7. BUCKY HARRIS Record: 2158-2219 Teams: Washington Senators
Photo Credit: AP, 1949

7. BUCKY HARRIS
Record: 2158-2219
Teams: Washington Senators (1924-28, 1935-42), Detroit Tigers (1929-33, 1955-56), Boston Red Sox (1934), Philadelphia Phillies (1943), Yankees (1947-48)
World Series titles: Two |

6. SPARKY ANDERSON Record: 2194-1834 Teams: Cincinnati Reds
Photo Credit: AP, 1981

6. SPARKY ANDERSON
Record: 2194-1834
Teams: Cincinnati Reds (1970-78), Detroit Tigers (1979-95)
World Series titles: Three |

5. JOE TORRE Record: 2326-1997 Teams: Mets (1977-81),
Photo Credit: Getty, 2006

5. JOE TORRE
Record: 2326-1997
Teams: Mets (1977-81), Atlanta Braves (1982-84), St. Louis Cardinals (1990-95), Yankees (1996-2007), Los Angeles Dodgers (2008-10)
World Series titles: Four |

4. Bobby Cox - Years: Braves (1978-81, 1990-2010),
Photo Credit: Getty

4. Bobby Cox - Years: Braves (1978-81, 1990-2010), Blue Jays (1982-85) - Accomplishments: 2,504 wins, .556 winning percentage, one World Series title, five pennants, 16 playoff appearances, four-time Manager of the Year - Cox leads all era managers with a combined record that is 503 games over .500. Though he won just one World Series (1995), his Braves were almost always in the postseason during his second stint.

3. TONY LA RUSSA Record: 2728-2365 Teams: Chicago
Photo Credit: Getty

3. TONY LA RUSSA
Record: 2728-2365
Teams: Chicago White Sox (1979-86), Oakland Athletics (1986-95), St. Louis Cardinals (1996-2011)
World Series titles: Three

2. JOHN MCGRAW Record: 2763-1948 Teams: Baltimore Orioles
Photo Credit: UPI

2. JOHN MCGRAW
Record: 2763-1948
Teams: Baltimore Orioles (1899, 1901-02), New York Giants (1902-32)
World Series titles: Three |

1. CONNIE MACK Record: 3731-3948 Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates
Photo Credit: AP, 1943

1. CONNIE MACK
Record: 3731-3948
Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (1894-96), Philadelphia Athletics (1901-50)
World Series titles: Five |

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