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Salvatore Anthony Lovullo

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Lovullo watches over first base with the ump getting ready to make a call, October 2012 in Toronto.

In 2011, Torey Lovullo became the first base coach of the Toronto Blue Jays, after a 9-year career as a minor league manager. His last stop in the minors before joining the Jays was as manager of the Boston Red Sox's AAA farm team, the Pawtucket Red Sox; there he met John Farrell, the parent team's pitching coach, who offered him a job with the Jays when he was named the team's new manager. After the 2012 season, he followed Farrell back to Boston when John became the Red Sox's new skipper; Torey joined him as the team's new bench coach for 2013.

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
2002 Columbus RedStixx South Atlantic League 79-60 3rd Cleveland Indians Lost League Finals
2003 Kinston Indians Carolina League 73-66 4th Cleveland Indians Lost in 1st round
2004 Kinston Indians Carolina League 88-50 1st Cleveland Indians League Champs
2005 Akron Aeros Eastern League 84-58 1st Cleveland Indians League Champs
2006 Buffalo Bisons International League 73-68 7th Cleveland Indians
2007 Buffalo Bisons International League 73-68 6th Cleveland Indians
2008 Buffalo Bisons International League 66-77 10th Cleveland Indians
2009 Columbus Clippers International League 57-85 13th Cleveland Indians
2010 Pawtucket Red Sox International League 66-78 12th Boston Red Sox

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