- Jim Bowden, Baseball, Insider
Major League Baseball's lack of job security in the game's most prominent roles is evident year after year, given all the pressure to win in a $9 billion business. And as pitchers and catchers prepare to report to spring training, there are already at least six major league managers who will arrive to camps in Arizona or Florida already on some type of hot seat with their leadership positions on the line.
Here are the top six managers that the industry believes are at the top of the hot seat list:
1. Ron Roenicke, Milwaukee Brewers
The Brewers were in first place for the first five months of the 2014 season but collapsed at the end, losing 25 of their final 36 games.
Jim Bowden discusses six managers already on the hot seat, including Ron Roenicke and Don Mattingly, and explains why their seats are warm.