The Los Angeles Dodgers have been around for a long time, and there's one big question on the lips of everyone at Dodger Stadium: who is the best Los Angeles Dodgers manager of all time? This list ranks every Los Angeles Dodgers manager from best to worst, based on votes from baseball fans like you. As you vote for your top LA Dodgers coaches, think about World Series wins, postseason records, regular season records, and even whether or not they're on the list of the best MLB managers ever.
Walter Alston has won four World Series titles as manager of the Dodgers. Alston also leads the franchise with 2,040 regular season wins.Tommy Lasorda is the only other Dodgers manager to win a World Series. He would win two during his 21 seasons managing the team.Who is the greatest Los Angeles Dodgers skipper of all time? Vote up the winningest Los Angeles Dodgers managers, as well as any Dodgers coaches you just liked for any another reason. You can also downvote any managers you think held the team back.
Harry LumleyDec. at 58 (1880-1938)
Charlie HackettAge: 26