From BR Bullpen
Douglas Craig Dascenzo
- Bats Both, Throws Left
- Height 5' 8", Weight 160 lb.
- School Oklahoma State University
- High School Brownsville High School
- Debut September 2, 1988
- Final Game September 29, 1996
- Born June 30, 1964 in Cleveland, OH USA
 Biographical Information
Doug Dascenzo was an outfielder who played seven seasons in the big leagues, mostly with the Chicago Cubs. He was on the division-winning 1989 team, but had most of his at-bats in the period 1990-1992. His highest batting average was .255, and he usually added some stolen bases to the mix. He pitched in four ballgames, with an ERA of 0.00, briefly earning the nickname "The Terminator" for his pitching performances. A defensive specialist, at one time he held the record for most consecutive games played as an outfielder without an error. Many (possibly most) of his games were just a few innings long when he came in as a defensive replacement.
Once, a Chicago newspaper at the season's all-star break asked the players on both local teams to give themselves a grade based on how they played so far on the year. Dascenzo gave himself an A+. He may have been the only player on either team to do so. He said he was doing exactly what the team wanted him to do. He once laid down a bunt single against Rob Dibble, causing the angry Dibble to whip the ball at Dascenzo's back as he ran to first. Dibble received a suspension for that.
He spent 1999-2005 as the San Diego Padres' minor league Outfield/Baserunning Instructor, then 2006 as manager of the Eugene Emeralds of the Northwest League before being promoted to the Fort Wayne Wizards of the Midwest League after the season. In 2014, he was appointed third base coach of the Atlanta Braves.
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|2006||Eugene Emeralds||Northwest League||43-33||3rd||San Diego Padres|
|2007||Fort Wayne Wizards||Midwest League||55-84||13th||San Diego Padres|
|2008||Fort Wayne Wizards||Midwest League||71-69||10th||San Diego Padres|
|2009||Fort Wayne TinCaps||Midwest League||94-46||1st||San Diego Padres||League Champs|
|2010||San Antonio Missions||Texas League||68-72||6th||San Diego Padres|
|2011||San Antonio Missions||Texas League||94-46||1st||San Diego Padres||League Champs|