4. Carl Harrison “Stump” Merrill
Stump Merrill replaced Bucky Dent in June 1990. The Bombers were 49-64 under Merrill and 67-95 overall. The club finished last in the American League, and it had the second-worst record in MLB. He was brought back the following year, but the Yanks finished only 71-91. Altogether, he had a .436 won-lost record as the Yankee skipper. As a consequence, Merrill was fired after the season was over. In essence, he picked up where Dent had left off and was unable to turn things around.