From BR Bullpen
Samuel Elias Mejias
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 170 lb.
 Biographical Information
Sam Mejias was an outfielder with a cannon arm. Unfortunately, he struggled to hit major league pitching although he did manage .278 and .286 as a part-time player for the Cincinnati Reds in 1980 and 1981, respectively.
After his playing career ended, outfielder Mejias managed in the minor leagues for a decade. He was the Seattle Mariners first base coach from 1993 to 1999 and joined the Baltimore Orioles in the same capacity for the 2007 season.
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1983||Eugene Emeralds||Northwest League||33-34||3rd||Cincinnati Reds|
|1984||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||32-31||5th||Cincinnati Reds|
|1985||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||38-24||3rd (t)||Cincinnati Reds|
|1986||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||34-28||1st||Cincinnati Reds||Lost League Finals|
|1987||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||32-31||6th||Cincinnati Reds|
|1988||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||21-42||10th (t)||Cincinnati Reds|
|1989||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||37-26||4th (t)||Cincinnati Reds|
|1990||GCL Reds||Gulf Coast League||36-27||3rd (t)||Cincinnati Reds|
|1991||Princeton Reds||Appalachian League||24-40||8th||Cincinnati Reds|
|1992||Princeton Reds||Appalachian League||34-31||4th||Cincinnati Reds|