Rich Morales

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Note: This page links to major league player and coach Rich Morales. For his son, who was a minor league player, coach and scout, click here.

Richard Angelo Morales
(Mo or Meat)

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Biographical Information[edit]

Rich Morales was a bullpen coach for the Atlanta Braves in 1986 and 1987 and a scout for the Chicago White Sox (1983-1985). A prototypical "glove man", he managed to collect over 1000 major league at-bats in spite of hitting below .200.

His son, also named Rich Morales, was a minor league player, manager and scout.

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

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1979 Medford Athletics Northwest League 38-33 5th Oakland Athletics
1980 GCL Cubs Gulf Coast League 33-29 6th Chicago Cubs
1981 Quad Cities Cubs Midwest League 77-58 3rd Chicago Cubs Lost League Finals
1982 Salinas Spurs California League 68-72 5th Chicago Cubs
1988 Vermont Mariners Eastern League 79-60 2nd Seattle Mariners Lost League Finals
1989 Calgary Cannons Pacific Coast League 70-72 7th Seattle Mariners
1990 Williamsport Bills Eastern League 61-79 7th Seattle Mariners
1991 Pocatello Pioneers Pioneer League 21-46 8th none

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