Which Chicago Cubs managers have been ejected the most?
Most managerial ejections in Cubs history: #4 – Frankie Frisch
Frankie Frisch came to manage the Cubs in June 1949, just a few years after being elected to Cooperstown. He had played for 19 seasons, racking up 2,880 hits, and then went on to manage the Cardinals and Pirates from 1933 through 1946. He managed the Cubs from June 1949 through mid-1951 in what would be his last MLB managerial gig.
Frisch was ejected 16 times as a Cub, including seven in 1950. He finished his Cubs tenure with a .418 win percentage in what was part of a pretty awful run for the team from the late-1940s through the mid-1960s. There was much to be happy about in those days, and not even a man who was the player/manager on the 1934 World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals could fix the team.
Frisch, in his 16 years managing, was ejected 88 times between the Cardinals, Pirates and Cubs.