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From BR Bullpen
Jack E. Hiatt
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 190 lb.
- School Pierce College
- Debut September 7, 1964
- Final Game October 3, 1972
- Born July 27, 1942 in Bakersfield, CA USA
 Biographical Information
Since retiring as a player, Jack Hiatt was a Chicago Cubs coach in 1981 and a minor league manager. He worked in the San Francisco Giants front office for more than a decade, retiring as the Giants' Director of Player Development in October 2007. Since retiring, he has been a Senior Consultant, Player Personnel.
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1975||GCL Cubs||Gulf Coast League||30-24||3rd||Chicago Cubs||none|
|1976||Pompano Beach Cubs||Florida State League||56-85||8th||Chicago Cubs|
|1977||Pompano Beach Cubs||Florida State League||72-68||6th||Chicago Cubs|
|1978||Pompano Beach Cubs||Florida State League||72-69||7th||Chicago Cubs|
|1979||Wichita Aeros||American Association||57-79||8th||Chicago Cubs|
|1980||Wichita Aeros||American Association||61-74||5th (t)||Chicago Cubs|
|1982||Holyoke Millers||Eastern League||63-77||6th||California Angels|
|1983||Columbus Astros||Southern League||64-79||7th||Houston Astros|
|1988||Pocatello Giants||Pioneer League||26-44||3rd||San Francisco Giants|
Hiatt also managed the Chicagon Arizona Inst'l Lg franchise in1977.