Bruce Bochy, the manager of the San Francisco Giants, announced Monday he will retire at the end of the 2019 season.
Bochy was named the 38th manager in Giants franchise history, and 16th in San Francisco annals on Oct. 27, 2006.
During his 23 seasons, Bochy has compiled 1,853 managerial victories, which rank 15th on the all-time list.
Under Bochy's leadership, the Giants have posted a 902-880 (.506) record since 2007, which ranks as the fourth-best winning percentage in the National League behind the Dodgers (.551), Cardinals (.547) and Cubs (.508). His 902 wins are the second-most by a Giants manager in team history behind Hall of Famer John McGraw (2,583).
During his 11-year tenure with SF, he has guided the Giants to three World Series titles, with San Francisco winning the Fall Classic in 2010, 2012 and 2014.
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