RIP Dick Williams: May 7, 1929 - July 7, 2011

Hall of Famer Dick Williams has passed away today at the age of 82 according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Here are the Hall of Fame numbers for Williams as a manager:

Year Tm Lg G W L W-L% Finish
1967 Boston Red Sox AL 162 92 70 .568 1 AL Pennant
1968 Boston Red Sox AL 162 86 76 .531 4
1969 Boston Red Sox AL 153 82 71 .536 3
1971 Oakland Athletics AL 161 101 60 .627 1
1972 Oakland Athletics AL 155 93 62 .600 1 WS Champs
1973 Oakland Athletics AL 162 94 68 .580 1 WS Champs
1974 California Angels AL 84 36 48 .429 6
1975 California Angels AL 161 72 89 .447 6
1976 California Angels AL 96 39 57 .406 4
1977 Montreal Expos NL 162 75 87 .463 5
1978 Montreal Expos NL 162 76 86 .469 4
1979 Montreal Expos NL 160 95 65 .594 2
1980 Montreal Expos NL 162 90 72 .556 2
1981 Montreal Expos NL 55 30 25 .545 3 First half of season
1981 Montreal Expos NL 26 14 12 .538 1 Second half of season
1982 San Diego Padres NL 162 81 81 .500 4
1983 San Diego Padres NL 163 81 81 .500 4
1984 San Diego Padres NL 162 92 70 .568 1 NL Pennant
1985 San Diego Padres NL 162 83 79 .512 3
1986 Seattle Mariners AL 133 58 75 .436 7
1987 Seattle Mariners AL 162 78 84 .481 4
1988 Seattle Mariners AL 56 23 33 .411 7
Boston Red Sox 477 260 217 .545 2.7 1 Pennant
Oakland Athletics 478 288 190 .603 1.0 2 Pennants and 2 World Series Titles
California Angels 341 147 194 .431 5.3
Montreal Expos 727 380 347 .523 2.8
San Diego Padres 649 337 311 .520 3.0 1 Pennant
Seattle Mariners 351 159 192 .453 6.0
3023 1571 1451 .520 3.4 4 Pennants and 2 World Series Titles
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 7/7/2011.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/sammysings Sammy

    In large part due to Williams’ managing job, I jumped on the Padres bandwagon in ’84 and never fell off. RIP Skip.