From BR Bullpen
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 180 lb
- High School South Shore High School (Brooklyn)
 Biographical Information
In 1975, Bodie played for Marion again, upping his batting average to .313 and hitting seven home runs. He played for the Single-A Wausau Mets in 1976, hitting .259 with eight home runs in 115 games. He moved up to Double-A in 1977, playing for the Jackson Mets. In 120 games, he hit .266 with 10 home runs. He played with Jackson again in 1978, hitting .260 in 122 games. Once again, in 1979, he played for Jackson, hitting .260 in 130 games.
On February 20, 1980, Bodie was traded to the Houston Astros for Reggie Baldwin. He played for their Double-A team, the Columbus Astros, that season, hitting .248 in 131 games. He hit only .221 in 77 games for the Triple-A Tucson Toros in 1981. In 1982, he split the season between the Daytona Beach Astros and Columbus Astros, hitting a combined .264 in 96 games. That was the end of his career, save for two games with Columbus in 1985.
Overall, Bodie hit .256 in 868 minor league games, spanning ten minor league seasons
Once his playing career ended, he went on to manage in the minor leagues for over a decade, most recently with the Harrisburg Senators.
Bodie began his coaching career with the Auburn Astros in 1984 and the Columbus Astros in 1985. He was the San Francisco Giants' minor league field coordinator from 1994 to 1999. In 2001, Bodie was promoted after the minor league season to coach the Kansas City Royals - the first time in his 28 years of pro ball to be in the majors. That same year, his cousin Nicholas Chiofalo, a New York firefighter, was among the missing after responding to the World Trade Center attack. The Royals players collected $20,000 for Chiofalo's family and presented the check to Bodie. The Glass family matched the gift.
Bodie was the Royals' roving minor league outfield instructor in 2004. He was the hitting coach for the Salem Avalanche in 2008, Corpus Christi Hooks in 2009, Round Rock Express in 2010, and Oklahoma City RedHawks in 2011. Bodie returned to the manager's role in 2012 with Corpus Christi.