The manager is the spokesperson for his team and all the other managers below his title answer to him and are directed by him. It is an "All do your part"game from the players, scouts, general manager, pitching and batting coaches and medical personal, as well as those who oversee rehabilitation of the injured. The guys who put grass on the field and mow it, mark it off and sprinkle water on the grass to keep it green, the folks who sell peanuts and popcorn, police who oversee safety measures and commentators who carry the games over the airwaves, all have a special role in the game of baseball. The manager takes on the role as being responsible for it all and answers for the teams ups and downs. A good manager knows how to relate to the players and make them feel that he is there for their own best interest and appreciation.He also has to be the head disciplinarian and must do this in a positive way to promote the best from each person involved. He depends on his stats readers and scouts to bring in new and favorable talent for the sake of the team and winning seasons. A good manager knows the game of baseball in and out and makes the decisions about starting line ups and rotation involving pitchers. The pitchers depends on the manager in deciding when to take out starters and put in back-ups, or closers.It is a big job and requires a lot of know how and patience in order to oversee the team's progress. It is a very demanding job in the game of baseball.