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In 2002, the Louisville RiverBats, the Cincinnati Reds affiliate in the International League, shortened their name to the Louisville Bats. Prior to being known as the RiverBats, the team was called the Louisville Redbirds for more than a decade after their arrival from Springfield, Illinois in 1982.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching
2002 79-65 2nd Dave Miley
2003 79-64 1st Dave Miley (62-47); Mack Jenkins (1-0); Rick Burleson (16-17) Lost in semifinals
2004 67-77 2nd Rick Burleson
2005 66-78 4th Rick Sweet
2006 75-68 3rd Rick Sweet Ted Power
2007 74-70 7th Rick Sweet Ted Power
2008 88-56 1st (t) Rick Sweet Lost in 1st round Ted Power
2009 84-58 1st Rick Sweet Lost in 1st round Ted Power
2010 79-64 3rd Rick Sweet Lost in 1st round Ted Power
2011 73-71 8th Rick Sweet Ted Power
2012 51-93 14th David Bell Ted Power
2013 69-75 9th Jim Riggleman Tony Jaramillo Ted Power
2014 Jim Riggleman Tony Jaramillo Ted Power


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