1,000 wins in total, 2008 WS winning coach… I suffered a stroke

Manager Charlie Manual (79), who led the먹튀검증 Philadelphia Phillies to a World Series victory in 2008, collapsed from a stroke.

According to ESPN, an American sports channel, on the 17th (Korean time), the Philadelphia team said, “The next 24 hours will be a critical time for Coach Manual’s recovery,” and “We ask you to think of him and pray for him at this very moment.” reported. Coach Manuel was being treated in Florida when he suffered a stroke, and doctors reportedly first removed a blood clot.

Coach Manual led the Cleveland Indians (now the Cleveland Guardians) from 2000 to 2002. He became head coach of Philadelphia in 2005 and recorded 780 wins and 636 losses as manager of the Phillies before being fired in mid-2013. Including his time in Cleveland (220 wins, 190 losses), his managerial career left a respectable record of 1,000 wins, 826 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.548.Since 2007, he has led Philadelphia’s fall baseball season for five consecutive years, and in 2008, he defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 4 wins and 1 loss to win the World Series (WS). His ability to control the team was so outstanding that club legends like Chase Utley and Cole Hamels followed Manual like a father. Philadelphia has only advanced to the postseason once (2022) until last season after coach Manual left the team. 

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