Dusty Baker is a Major League Baseball (MLB) manager, who currently manages the Houston Astros, and a retired baseball player. He was an outfielder in Major League Baseball for 19 seasons. With the Los Angeles Dodgers, he earned the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 1978. He also managed the Atlanta Braves, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, and Cincinnati Reds.
In the 1977 National League Championship Series, he was named All-Star twice, earned two Silver Slugger Awards, and won the Gold Glove Award. Dusty Baker became the first NLCS MVP in the 1977 National League Championship series. Baker made it to three World Series but won one in 1981. He is the first manager in MLB history to lead five separate clubs to the playoffs and win a division title.
He is the second-oldest manager in the world series, at the age of 72. He won the World Series with the Giants in 2002 and the World Series with the Astros in 2021, making him the ninth manager to win pennants in both the American and National Leagues. Baker who worked as an old-school baseball traditionalist was scrutinized once for the cubs declining productivity. In 2003, he was the subject of some controversy regarding racism. Dusty Baker has a total net worth of $20 million.
|Real Name||Johnnie B. Dusty Baker Jr.|
|Profession||Former Baseball Player and Manager|
|Date of Birth||June 15, 1949|
|Age||73 (as of 2022)|
|Family||Father: Johnnie Baker Sr.|
Mother: Christine Baker
|Wife||Melissa Baker m. 1994|
|Children||Darren Baker and Natosha Baker|
|Religion||Yet to be updated|
|Educational Qualification||Yet to be updated|
|School||Yet to be updated|
|College||Yet to be updated|
|Hobbies||Music, Dance, Watching TV|
|Birth Place||Riverside, California, United States|
|Hometown||Riverside, California, United States|
|Current City||Riverside, California, United States|
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