PHOENIX — Bruce Bochy’s triumphant return to the dugout was met with jubilation as the Texas Rangers claimed victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 5 of the World Series. The final pitch of the 2023 season marked the end of a 5-0 win for the Rangers, prompting Bochy’s coaches to celebrate with him on the field. As the Rangers hoisted the Commissioner’s Trophy, it was clear that this victory was a familiar sight for many of their players and staff. Bochy, managing his fourth team to a title, led the Rangers to their first-ever championship. Corey Seager, who collected his second World Series MVP trophy, played a key role in sparking a crucial seventh-inning rally. Nathan Eovaldi, who had previously led the Boston Red Sox to a title in 2018, bolstered the Rangers pitching staff. Texas general manager Chris Young, who already had a World Series ring from his time as a player with the Kansas City Royals in 2015, now adds another to his collection. Bochy’s impressive record includes winning 15 of his last 16 postseason series, making him one of just five managers to win four World Series titles. Bochy’s bullpen management skills were on full display as he expertly navigated through the final frames of the game. Despite facing challenges, such as injuries to key players and a rollercoaster season, the Rangers showed resilience and determination throughout their championship run. It was a satisfying end to a season marked by perseverance and a testament to the skill and leadership of Bochy and his team.