Bobby cox manager of the Atlanta Braves. He has 141 career ejections.
Bobby Cox, recently retired manager of the Atlanta Braves, holds the MLB record for ejections with 158 regular-season ejections. If you add his 3 postseason ejections, his total is 161 for his career.
Bobby Cox of the Atlanta Braves. 158, plus 3 post-season.
this is around 1611 and 1611
.525Rose's career record as a manager was 412-373.
Cornelius McGillicuddy, better known as Connie Mack, holds the MLB record for most career losses by a manager. Of course, being as how he managed for over 50 years (Pittsburgh Pirates 1894-1896 and Philadelphia Athletics 1901-1950) he also holds the MLB record for most career victories by a manager. His career record as a manager was 3,731-3,948.
William "Bad Bill" Dahlen (b. 1870, played 1891-1911, managed 1910-1913) is the unofficial record holder, in a category in which stats are woefully maintained. It doesn't even seem to be all that close, though. Dahlen also got ejected quite frequently as a manager, in an admittedly short stint.
John McGraw of the New York Giants with 13 ejections in 1905.
major league baseball for the most career innings?
Reggie Jackson holds the record for the most strikeouts in a single career in Major League Baseball, in his career he struck out 2,597 times.
Pete Rose, with 4,256 career hits.
Barry Bonds holds the record