Luis Bienvenido Pujols Toribio
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 195 lb.
Light-hitting catcher Luis Pujols played parts of nine seasons in the majors, mostly with the Houston Astros. In 1989, he played for the West Palm Beach Tropics of the Senior Professional Baseball Association and hit .265 in 45 games with the club.
After his playing career ended, he was a Montreal Expos coach from 1993 to 2000. He managed the Erie Sea Wolves in 2001 before joining the Detroit Tigers coaching staff for the 2002 season. However, just six games into the season he was promoted to interim manager of the Tigers following the firing of Phil Garner. He brought in his former boss with the Expos, Felipe Alou, to be the Tigers' bench coach, and Alou returned the favor the next year when he was appointed manager of the San Francisco Giants. From 2003 to 2006, Pujols was the team's first base coach.
|Detroit Tigers Manager
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|2001||Erie SeaWolves||Eastern League||84-58||2nd||Detroit Tigers||Lost in 1st round|
|2002||Detroit Tigers||American League||55-100||5th||Detroit Tigers||replaced Phil Garner (0-6) on April 9|
|2008||Corpus Christi Hooks||Texas League||55-85||8th||Houston Astros|
|2009||Corpus Christi Hooks||Texas League||61-79||7th (t)||Houston Astros|
|2013||Delmarva Shorebirds||South Atlantic League||54-82||13th||Baltimore Orioles|
|2014||Frederick Keys||Carolina League||65-72||5th(t)||Baltimore Orioles|
|2015||Aberdeen IronBirds||New York-Penn League||40-36||6th||Baltimore Orioles|
|2016||Aberdeen IronBirds||New York-Penn League||32-43||11th||Baltimore Orioles|