Many different Pittsburgh Pirates managers that have led the team on the field, but who is the best Pittsburgh Pirates manager of all time? This list ranks every Pittsburgh Pirates manager in franchise history from best to worst according to the votes of baseball fans like you. Vote up your top Pittsburgh Pirates coaches, whether or not they're on the list of the greatest MLB managers ever. Vote based on stats, World Series wins, or just go with your gut.
Danny Murtaugh managed the Pirates to two World Series titles, the most of any manager in team history. Murtaugh's number 40 jersey has been retired by the team. Fred Clarke is the longest tenured manager in Pirates history, managing the team for 16 seasons. Unsurprisingly, Clarke also leads the franchise in all-time victories with 1,422.Who is the greatest Pittsburgh Pirates skipper of all time? Answer with your votes! Vote up the best Pittsburgh Pirates managers and downvote any coaches who weren't worthy of the Pirates.
Larry ShepardDec. at 92 (1919-2011)
Guy HeckerDec. at 82 (1856-1938)
Al BuckenbergerDec. at 56 (1861-1917)
Horace PhillipsDec. at 43 (1853-1896)