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John Francis McNamara

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[edit] Biographical Information

John McNamara was a minor league catcher from 1951 to 1963, minor league manager from 1959 to 1967, and major league coach and manager. McNamara missed the 1953-1954 seasons due to military service.

McNamara was a coach for the Oakland A's in 1968-1969, the San Francisco Giants in 1971-1973, and the California Angels in 1978.

[edit] Notable Achievements

Preceded by
Hank Bauer
Oakland A's Manager
1969-1970
Succeeded by
Dick Williams
Preceded by
Don Zimmer
San Diego Padres Manager
1974-1977
Succeeded by
Alvin Dark
Preceded by
Sparky Anderson
Cincinnati Reds Manager
1979-1982
Succeeded by
Russ Nixon
Preceded by
Gene Mauch
California Angels Manager
1983-1984
Succeeded by
Gene Mauch
Preceded by
Ralph Houk
Boston Red Sox Manager
1985-1988
Succeeded by
Joe Morgan
Preceded by
John Hart
Cleveland Indians Manager
1990-1991
Succeeded by
Mike Hargrove
Preceded by
Marcel Lachemann
California Angels Manager
1996
Succeeded by
Joe Maddon

[edit] Year-By-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1959 Lewiston Broncs Northwest League 75-66 2nd / 3rd Sacramento Solons
1960 Lewiston Broncs Northwest League 78-63 3rd / 3rd Kansas City Athletics
1961 Lewiston Broncs Northwest League 84-56 1st / 2nd Kansas City Athletics League Champs
1962 Lewiston Broncs Northwest League 66-75 5th / 4th Kansas City Athletics
1963 Binghamton Triplets Eastern League 65-75 4th Kansas City Athletics
1964 Dallas Rangers Pacific Coast League 53-104 12th Kansas City Athletics
1965 Birmingham Barons Southern League 54-85 8th Kansas City Athletics
1966 Mobile Athletics Southern League 88-52 1st Kansas City Athletics League Champs
1967 Birmingham A's Southern League 84-55 1st Kansas City Athletics League Champs
1969 Oakland Athletics American League 8-5 2nd Oakland Athletics replaced Hank Bauer (80-69) on September 19
1970 Oakland Athletics American League 89-73 2nd Oakland Athletics
1974 San Diego Padres National League 60-102 6th San Diego Padres
1975 San Diego Padres National League 71-91 4th San Diego Padres
1976 San Diego Padres National League 73-89 5th San Diego Padres
1977 San Diego Padres National League 20-28 -- San Diego Padres replaced by Bob Skinner and Alvin Dark on May 29
1979 Cincinnati Reds National League 90-71 1st Cincinnati Reds Lost NLCS
1980 Cincinnati Reds National League 89-73 3rd Cincinnati Reds
1981 Cincinnati Reds National League 66-42 1st Cincinnati Reds
1982 Cincinnati Reds National League 34-58 -- Cincinnati Reds replaced by Russ Nixon on July 21
1983 California Angels American League 70-92 5th (t) California Angels
1984 California Angels American League 81-81 2nd California Angels
1985 Boston Red Sox American League 81-81 5th Boston Red Sox
1986 Boston Red Sox American League 95-66 1st Boston Red Sox Lost World Series
1987 Boston Red Sox American League 78-84 5th Boston Red Sox
1988 Boston Red Sox American League 43-42 -- Boston Red Sox replaced by Joe Morgan on July 14
1990 Cleveland Indians American League 77-85 4th Cleveland Indians
1991 Cleveland Indians American League 25-52 -- Cleveland Indians replaced by Mike Hargrove on July 6
1996 California Angels American League 10-18 4th California Angels replaced Marcel Lachemann (52-59) on August 6
interim by Joe Maddon (8-14) August 21-September 13

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