San Francisco Giants Managers

Every San Francisco Giants Manager in Franchise History

This is a comprehensive list of managers for the San Francisco Giants organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager.

The year leads to the specific American League season in review; the manager(s) name leads to his career statistics; and the roster leads to a list of every player on the team during the year.

"We want pitchers who aren't happy to leave the game. I'd rather have a pitcher come in and kick the water cooler than someone who is resigned to failure." - San Francisco Giants Manager (1985-1992) Roger Craig
San Francisco Giants Managers
1958 - 2020

Managers & Finishes

Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB

Roster

18

80
74
.519
3 rd
12

18

83
71
.539
3 rd
4

18

33
25
.569
5 th
16

6

46
50
.479

1

85
69
.552
3 rd
8

1

103
62
.624
1 st
+1

1

88
74
.543
3 rd
11

1

90
72
.556
4 th
3

3

95
67
.586
2 nd
2

3

93
68
.578
2 nd

3

91
71
.562
2 nd
10½

3

88
74
.543
2 nd
9

23

90
72
.556
2 nd
3

23

19
23
.452
3 rd
16

7

67
53
.558

7

90
72
.556
1 st
+1

7

69
86
.445
5 th
26½

7

88
74
.543
3 rd
11

7

34
42
.447
5 th
30

9

38
48
.442

9

80
81
.497
3 rd
27½

18

74
88
.457
4 th
28

6

75
87
.463
4 th
23

6

89
73
.549
3 rd
6

6

61
79
.436
4 th
19½

1

Dave Bristol

10
12
.455

1

Dave Bristol

75
86
.466
5 th
17

20

56
55
.505
5 th / 3 rd
11½

20

87
75
.537
3 rd
2

20

79
83
.488
5 th
12

20

42
64
.396
6 th
26

1

Danny Ozark

24
32
.429

12

56
88
.389
6 th
33

33

6
12
.333

33

83
79
.512
3 rd
13

38

90
72
.556
1 st
+6

38

83
79
.512
4 th

11½

38

92
70
.568
1 st
+3

38

85
77
.525
3 rd
6

38

75
87
.463
4 th
19

38

72
90
.444
5 th
26

12

103
59
.636
2 nd
1

12

55
60
.478
2 nd

12

67
77
.465
4 th
11

12

68
94
.420
4 th
23

12

90
72
.556
1 st
+2

12

89
74
.546
2 nd

12

86
76
.531
2 nd
14

12

97
65
.599
1 st
+11

12

90
72
.556
2 nd
2

12

95

66

.590

2 nd

18

100

61

.621

1 st
+15½

18

91
71
.562
2 nd
2

23

75

87

.463

3 rd

7

23

76

85

.472

3 rd

11½

15

71

91

.438

5 th

19

15

72

90

.444

4 th
12
15
88
74
.543
3 rd
7
15
92
70
.568
1 st
+2
15
86
76
.531
2 nd
8
15
94
68
.580
1 st
+8
15
76
86
.469
4 th
16
15
88
74
.543
2 nd
6
15
84
78
.519
2 nd
8
15
87
75
.537
2 nd
4
15
64
98
.395
5 th
40
15
73
89
.451
4 th
18½
15
77
85
.475
3 rd
29

2020

19

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2020

Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB

Roster

San Francisco Giants Managers & Finishes



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