SI asked 380 MLB players which manager they would least like to play for. Here are the, uh, losers. Players could not vote for their own current managers. Four of these managers have won World Series titles.<br><br>This poll was taken before Sweet Lou's recent blowup with Cubs outfielder Milton Bradley, but he still took home first place easily.
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Ozzie Guillen, White Sox
The Windy City nabs the first two spots. Guillen, the AL Manager of the Year in 2005, has publicly disparaged several former players. "Looks like players picked old-school guys," Guillen said when told of the results. "Maybe they don't like old school, don't like to be told what to do."
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Tony La Russa, Cardinals
Owning two World Series rings doesn't guarantee popularity.
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Joe Torre, Dodgers
Torre finished second in the survey for which manager a player would most like to play for.
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Eric Wedge, Indians
Wedge nearly led the Tribe to the World Series in 2007 and has an overall winning percentage of .501 in seven seasons as Cleveland manager.
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