Arnaldo Juan Contreras
Bats: Both, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 2", Weight: 193 lb.
Born: September 19, 1951 in Tampa, FL
High School: Catholic HS (Tampa, FL)
Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 12th round of the 1969 amateur draft.
Debut: May 23, 1980 (Age 28.247, 11,909th in MLB history)
vs. SEA 3.2 IP, 4 H, 0 SO, 2 BB, 4 ER
Team: WhiteSox 1980
Last Game: October 1, 1980 (Age 29.012)
About biographical information
News -- July 2016
- 7/3 The Greatest 21 Days: Nardi Contreras, Just Worked - 26: Originally published April 6, 2014Nardi Contreras was Yankees pitching coach in July 1995, the latest in a long line of pitching...
News -- March 2016
- 3/3 BronxPinstripes.com: Let’s make a deal part 2: Yankees worst moves of the last 25 off-seasons: Last week I wroteÂ about the five bestÂ off-season transactions the Yankees had pulled off over the last quarter century. Now...
News -- April 2014
- 4/6 The Greatest 21 Days: Nardi Contreras, Just Worked - 1392: Nardi Contreras was Yankees pitching coach in July 1995, the latest in a long line of pitching coaches for the team, The New York...
News -- March 2013
- 3/4 Bronx Baseball Daily: Morning Bits: Wang, Vazquez, Logan, Ichiro, Granderson, Heathcott, cuts, and Contreras:
After a couple of weekend wins, the Yankees are now 3-7 in the Grape Fruit League.
â¢Â Yankees are scouting Chien-Ming Wang...
News -- November 2012
- 11/7 YankeeAnalysts.com: A Much Needed Change In The Minors: (The following is being syndicated from An A-Blog for A-Rod) It was almost a throw-away part of lastÂ Thursday’s story in...
- 11/6 It's About the Money (Stupid): Yankees may have already made their best off-season move:
When the Yankees "reassigned" Nardi Contreras as the head honcho of minor league pitching, the first reaction would be to...
- 11/2 Bronx Baseball Daily: Yankees reassign MiLB pitching coordinator Contreras, hire Patterson:
The Yankees seem to be in the middle of an overhaulÂ amongÂ the coaches they’ve chosen to produce their minor league...
News -- July 2011
- 7/4 NY Baseball Digest: My Night With Derek Jeter: A .260 hitter no range or power normally would be a bad reason to travel three hours on a holiday weekend to watch him rehab in...