The Cleveland Guardians have not had the season that their fans had hoped for.
After winning the AL Central last year the Guardians entered this season as favorites to do it again.
But their lack of offensive production has caused the Guardians to lose a bunch of winnable games.
Cleveland has a record of 27-32 and is in second place in the AL Central, trailing the Minnesota Twins by 3.5 games.
But one massive accomplishment for the Guardians came to their manager Terry Francona.
The legendary manager has been in MLB for many years.
Now, he is a member of the 1,900-win club.
It's Tito's world, and we're all just living in it!
— Cleveland 19 News (@cleveland19news) June 4, 2023
Francona has been an MLB manager for 23 seasons.
He spent time with the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox before joining the Guardians.
Francona is a two-time World Series champion and has appeared in the Fall Classic three times.
He always seems to find a way to get the best out of his players.
Francona is 15th all-time in managerial wins.
Also, he has a career record of 1901-1618.
He is tied for sixth in postseason wins with 44.
Even in seasons where Francona did not have the most talented team he always found ways to win.
The Guardians are in good hands with Francona in the dugout and should feel confident in a turnaround.
When you coach as long as Tito each season he will have the opportunity to achieve a milestone.
He is only five wins away from taking over sole possession of 12th place on the all-time wins list.NEXT: Guardians Part Ways With Key Pitcher