Mariners: 5 worst managers in team history
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4. Eric Wedge: 2011-2013 – Record: 213-273 (.440)
Okay, so here’s the thing with this one. .440 isn’t all that bad, but he had three full seasons in Seattle. He finished 28, 12, and 20 games under .500 respectively. In his last 36 games as the Mariners manager, the team finished 12-24, an abysmal microcosm of his time with the Mariners. Honestly, it astounds me he made it through one year. The Mariners a 17-game losing streak the team went through in the 2011 season. He came up just 4 and 6 games of the AL and MLB league losing streak records respectively. Wedge was bad. Really bad, but he at least had one season where he was better than 15 games under. Our next skipper didn’t manage that.