Bochy carving out quite a career
San Francisco Chronicle - about 3 years
The Astros belted three home runs and took advantage of three San Diego errors to rout the Padres 10-2.
[...] he's the majors' longest-tenured, approaching his 20th consecutive season at the helm and tops among active managers in career wins, thanks to the exits of Jim Leyland and Dusty Baker.
Bochy's longevity stems from strong relationships with players and bosses and a lot of good baseball along the way.
The 58-year-old, who evolved from backup catcher to manager of two World Series champions, is signed through 2016, with his three-year extension kicking in next season.
Tony La Russa, Bobby Cox and Joe Torre, who are 3, 4 and 5 on the all-time wins list, attended a Monday news conference at the winter meetings, in which the expansion era committee announced they'll be in the 2014 induction class, having been voted in unanimously.
Elsewhere at the winter meetings, Bochy watched the news conference on television.
According to Jack McKeon, Bochy's managing career is just getting
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