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Tag Archives: Tony Pena
Just days after listing the 2015 minor league coaching staff, the Yankees announced the 2015 major league coaching staff and the new acquisitions aren't the only changes the Yankees made. Manager: Joe Girardi Hitting Coach: Jeff Pentland and Alan Cockrell Pitching Coach: Larry Rothschild Bullpen Coach: Gary Tuck Bench Coach: Rob Thomson First Base Coach: Tony Pena Third Base Coach: Joe Espada The Yankees moved Tony Pena from the bench ...
It wasn't much of a shock or a surprise but the Yankees made it official today that Joe Girardi's coaching staff will return for the 2014 season. Brian Cashman proclaimed during his end of the year presser that if he signed Girardi, he'd like to have the coaching staff back as well. Here is the ...
Yankees bench coach Tony Pena interviewed with the Red Sox for their managerial opening yesterday, according to George King of the NY Post and former Yankee Jason Giambi interviewed with the Rockies for their open position, according to Troy Renck of the Denver Post. Pena formerly managed the Royals from 2002 through 2005 and won the ...
Via Marc Carig of The Star Ledger: Girardi on WFAN says he doesn't expect more changes on staff, though they are all up contract wise: "I wouldn't necessarily think so." All of the coaches are technically free agents, this news just means that the Yankees will offer them all contracts. It is possible that they ...
Via MLB.com: Having previous big league managing experience will be a plus for those under consideration to manage the Marlins in 2011. Meeting the criteria is Tony Pena. Currently the Yankees bench coach, Pena spent parts of four seasons (2002-05) managing the Royals. In 2003, he was named the American League Manager of the Year. Internally, the ...
Similar to an Anthony McCarron article in the Daily News that prompted a piece I wrote a couple weeks ago about Yankees catching prospect Jesus Montero, Ben Shpigel of The New York Times wrote his own good profile of the young catching phenom yesterday that is worth a look. In it, Yankees GM Brian Cashman ...