TC becomes MLB's oldest manager

Adam Rubin

Jim Leyland's departure means Terry Collins is MLB's oldest manager.

With the retirement of 68-year-old Jim Leyland, and the departure Charlie Manuel of in recent months, 64-year-old Terry Collins becomes the oldest manager in the majors. Here's how the current crop of skippers ranks:

Terry Collins, Mets, 64

Ron Washington, Rangers, 61

Joe Maddon, Rays, 59

Ned Yost, Royals, 59

Bruce Bochy, Giants, 58

Buck Showalter, Orioles, 57

Ron Roenicke, Brewers, 57

Kirk Gibson, Diamondbacks, 56

Bud Black, Padres, 56

Clint Hurdle, Pirates, 56

Ron Gardenhire, Twins, 55

Mike Scioscia, Angels, 54

Terry Francona, Indians, 54

Ryne Sandberg, Phillies, 54

Don Mattingly, Dodgers, 52

Bob Melvin, Athletics, 51

John Gibbons, Blue Jays, 51

Bryan Price, Reds, 51

John Farrell, Red Sox, 51

Walt Weiss, Rockies, 49

Fredi Gonzalez, Braves, 49

Joe Girardi, Yankees, 49

Robin Ventura, White Sox, 46

Mike Matheny, Cardinals, 43

Mike Redmond, Marlins, 42

Bo Porter, Astros, 41


Cubs, Mariners, Nationals, Tigers