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The Bradenton Marauders were created in 2010. The club moved to the city after the Pittsburgh Pirates bought the Sarasota Reds from Cincinnati. The Reds were selling the team as they planned to move their spring training base from Sarasota to Arizona. They replaced the Lynchburg Hillcats as Pittsburgh's A-Advanced farm club.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2010 76-62 3rd P.J. Forbes Lost in 1st round Dave Howard Wally Whitehurst
2011 74-63 4th Carlos García Lost in 1st round Ryan Long Mike Steele
2012 60-77 11th Carlos García Kory DeHaan Mike Steele
2013 57-77 12th Frank Kremblas Edgar Varela Justin Meccage
2014 78-61 2nd Tom Prince Lost in 1st round Kory DeHaan Justin Meccage Greg Picart
2015 74-64 5th Michael Ryan Ryan Long Scott Elarton
2016 Michael Ryan Keoni De Renne Jeff Johnson

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