Joe Torre, Joe Maddon, Ron Gardenhire, Charlie Manuel and now Jim Chester.
"Yeah, which one of those are out of place," the Penn State Greater Allegheny manager said with a chuckle.
But come next month, Chester`s name will forever be linked to some of the best baseball minds in the country.
The Penn State Greater Allegheny manager will be honored at the 5th annual Chuck Tanner Major League Baseball Manager of the Year banquet at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Chester was named the Collegiate Baseball Manager of the Year by the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh and will be honored alongside former Pirates and current Detroit? manger Jim Leyland, who won the major-league award.
"I was pretty surprised and pretty humbled when I found out," Chester said. "I was really taken back because of a lot of programs around here had great seasons."
The candidates were whittled down to three by a selection committee comprised of retired Pirates announcer Lanny Frattare, former sports write...