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David Allen Miley

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Catcher Dave Miley signed with the Cincinnati Reds in 1980 and spent seven seasons in the minor leagues.

Miley was a coach for the Reds in 1993 and was managing the team's AAA affiliate when he was named interim manager in 2003. His position was confirmed after a few weeks, and he led the Reds until 2005, when he was replaced by Jerry Narron with the team holding the worst record in the National League. He never managed to push the team over .500 during his three seasons at the helm. He then returned to managing in the minor leagues joining the New York Yankees organization as their AAA manager. He spent the 2006 season with the Columbus Clippers and then followed the Yankees as they moved on to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees and was named International League manager of the year in 2007. He would win the award again in 2012 for leading the Yankees to the playoffs despite having no home stadium. In 2014 he was elected to the International League Hall of Fame.


Preceded by
Bob Boone
Cincinnati Reds Manager
2003-2005
Succeeded by
Jerry Narron

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1988 Greensboro Hornets South Atlantic League 79-60 3rd Cincinnati Reds Lost in 1st round
1989 Cedar Rapids Reds Midwest League 80-57 2nd Cincinnati Reds Lost in 1st round
1990 Cedar Rapids Reds Midwest League 88-46 1st Cincinnati Reds Lost in 1st round
1991 Charleston Wheelers South Atlantic League 75-43 1st Cincinnati Reds Lost League Finals replaced P.J. Carey on May 6
1992 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern League 51-25 -- Cincinnati Reds replaced by Tom Nieto (2-1) on June 27
Nashville Sounds American Association 32-36 6th (t) Cincinnati Reds replaced Pete Mackanin (35-41) June 28
1995 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern League 83-60 2nd Cincinnati Reds Lost League Finals
1996 Indianapolis Indians American Association 78-66 3rd Cincinnati Reds Lost League Finals
1997 Indianapolis Indians American Association 85-59 2nd Cincinnati Reds Lost in 1st round
1998 Indianapolis Indians International League 76-67 6th Cincinnati Reds
1999 Indianapolis Indians International League 75-69 7th Cincinnati Reds
2000 Louisville RiverBats International League 71-73 9th Cincinnati Reds
2001 Louisville RiverBats International League 84-60 3rd Cincinnati Reds League Champs
2002 Louisville Bats International League 79-65 6th Cincinnati Reds
2003 Louisville Bats International League 62-47 -- Cincinnati Reds replaced by Rick Burleson
Cincinnati Reds National League 22-35 5th Cincinnati Reds replaced Bob Boone (46-58) and
Ray Knight (0-1) on July 28
2004 Cincinnati Reds National League 76-86 4th Cincinnati Reds
2005 Cincinnati Reds National League 24-43 -- Cincinnati Reds replaced by Jerry Narron
2006 Columbus Clippers International League 69-73 9th New York Yankees
2007 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League 84-59 1st New York Yankees Lost in 1st Round
2008 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League 88-56 1st (t) New York Yankees League Champs
2009 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League 81-60 3rd New York Yankees Lost League Finals
2010 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League 87-56 2nd New York Yankees Lost in first round
2011 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League 73-69 7th New York Yankees
2012 Empire State Yankees International League 84-60 2nd New York Yankees Lost in first round
2013 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders International League 68-76 10th New York Yankees
2014 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders International League New York Yankees

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