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Terrance Edward Kennedy
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 6' 3", Weight 220 lb.
- School Florida State University
- Debut September 4, 1978
- Final Game October 6, 1991
- Born June 4, 1956 in Euclid, OH USA
 Biographical Information
Catcher Terry Kennedy, a first-round pick in 1977, played fourteen seasons in the big leagues and was on four All-Star teams. He hit over 100 home runs in the majors and was second in the 1982 National League in doubles with 42. He was in the 1984 World Series and the 1989 World Series.
As manager, Kennedy was named Minor League Manager of the Year in 1998 when he was manager of the Iowa Cubs. He also led the 2005 San Diego Surf Dawgs to become the Golden Baseball League's inaugural champions. After the 2007 season, Kennedy was named hitting coach for the San Antonio Missions. After the 2008 season, he was named manager of San Antonio.
His father, Bob Kennedy, played in the majors for nearly two decades and went on to be a big league manager and general manager. His brother, Bob Kennedy Jr., pitched in the St. Louis Cardinals chain and was later a scout for the Chicago Cubs.
When Terry had an RBI in the 1984 World Series, it marked the first time that both a father and son had WS RBI.
 Notable Achievements
- 4-time All-Star (1981, 1983, 1985 & 1987)
- NL Silver Slugger Award Winner (1983)
- 20-Home Run Seasons: 1 (1982)
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1993||St. Petersburg Cardinals||Florida State League||75-58||4th||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1994||Vermont Expos||New York-Penn League||42-33||5th||Montreal Expos|
|1997||AZL Cubs||Arizona League||34-21||1st||Chicago Cubs||none League Champs|
|1998||Iowa Cubs||Pacific Coast League||85-59||1st||Chicago Cubs||Lost in 1st round|
|1999||Iowa Cubs||Pacific Coast League||65-76||14th||Chicago Cubs|
|2004||Las Vegas 51s||Pacific Coast League||67-76||11th||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|2005||San Diego Surf Dawgs||Golden Baseball League||52-38||2nd||Independent Leagues||League Champs|
|2006||San Diego Surf Dawgs||Golden Baseball League||35-45||4th||Independent Leagues|
|2009||San Antonio Missions||Texas League||70-70||6th||San Diego Padres|
|2010||Portland Beavers||Pacific Coast League||59-85||15th||San Diego Padres|
|2011||Tucson Padres||Pacific Coast League||65-79||13th (t)||San Diego Padres|
|2012||Tucson Padres||Pacific Coast League||56-88||16th||San Diego Padres|