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Everett Lamar Bridges

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[edit] Biographical Information

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Rocky Bridges managed 21 years in the minors between 1964 and 1989, compiling a record of 1300-1358. He was a coach for the Los Angeles Angels (1962-1963), California Angels (1968-1971), and San Francisco Giants (1985). Bridges also scouted for the Giants in 1983-1984.

Greg Minton recounts that during one minor league game, where he had "given up something like seven runs... and the bases were still loaded", Bridges came up to him and said "I'm gonna go into my office and fill out reports. If this inning ever gets over, you come in and get me."

[edit] Notable Achievements

  • AL All-Star (1958)

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1964 San Jose Bees California League 73-67 3rd Los Angeles Angels none
1965 San Jose Bees California League 72-68 2nd California Angels Lost League Finals
1966 San Jose Bees California League 77-64 2nd California Angels
1967 El Paso Sun Kings Texas League 73-67 3rd California Angels none
1972 Hawaii Islanders Pacific Coast League 74-74 5th San Diego Padres
1973 Hawaii Islanders Pacific Coast League 13-19 -- San Diego Padres -- replaced by Warren Hacker on May 16
1974 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 75-69 4th San Francisco Giants
1975 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 66-77 6th San Francisco Giants
1976 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 75-67 3rd San Francisco Giants
1977 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 81-59 1st San Francisco Giants League Champs
1978 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 72-68 6th San Francisco Giants
1979 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 59-88 10th San Francisco Giants
1980 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 53-95 10th San Francisco Giants
1981 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 69-63 5th San Francisco Giants
1982 Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League 59-86 10th San Francisco Giants
1984 Everett Giants Northwest League 36-38 5th San Francisco Giants
1986 Prince William Pirates Carolina League 67-72 6th Pittsburgh Pirates
1987 Vancouver Canadians Pacific Coast League 72-72 6th Pittsburgh Pirates
1988 Buffalo Bisons American Association 72-70 6th Pittsburgh Pirates
1989 Salem Buccaneers Carolina League 63-75 7th Pittsburgh Pirates

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