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Marty Ashley Pevey

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Catcher Marty Pevey was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 19th round of the 1982 amateur draft. He made his pro debut that summer with the Elizabethton Twins, hitting .284 in 24 games, but was released less than two months after signing with the club. He was picked up by the St. Louis Cardinals the next spring and responded by hitting .312 with the Macon Redbirds that year. He played for the St. Petersburg Cardinals in 1984, hit .308, and made the Florida State League All-Star team. Pevey was traded to the Montreal Expos prior to the 1988 season, and he reached the majors the following year. On June 11th, 1989, he had his finest game in the majors, going 3 for 3 with a double against the Philadelphia Phillies. However, he missed the entire 1990 campaign due to injuries and never played in the majors again.

After his playing career ended, Pevey spent nine seasons as a manager in the Toronto Blue Jays farm system. He was the Jays bullpen coach in 1999 and rejoined the club as first base coach in 2006. He kept the job until June 20, 2008, when he was fired at the same time as maanger John Gibbons.

In 2010-2012, Pevey was the Chicago Cubs' minor league catching coordinator.

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[edit] Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1996 Medicine Hat Blue Jays Pioneer League 22-50 8th Toronto Blue Jays
1997 Medicine Hat Blue Jays Pioneer League 26-46 8th Toronto Blue Jays
1998 Hagerstown Suns South Atlantic League 81-60 2nd Toronto Blue Jays Lost in 2nd round
2000 Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League 84-54 1st Toronto Blue Jays Lost League Finals
2001 Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League 71-64 3rd Toronto Blue Jays
2002 Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League 63-72 9th Toronto Blue Jays
2003 New Haven Ravens Eastern League 79-63 2nd Toronto Blue Jays Lost League Finals
2004 Syracuse Sky Chiefs International League 66-78 11th (t) Toronto Blue Jays
2005 Syracuse Sky Chiefs International League 71-73 8th Toronto Blue Jays
2009 Peoria Chiefs Midwest League 81-57 2nd Chicago Cubs Lost in 1st round
2013 Iowa Cubs Pacific Coast League 66-78 14th Chicago Cubs

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