Greenville Drive

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Team History[edit]

The Greenville Drive began play in the South Atlantic League in 2006. They opened their first season in a brand new ballpark in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.

The Drive played the 2005 season as the Greenville Bombers. Prior to that, the club was known as the Capital City Bombers and the Columbia Mets.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2006 67-73 11th Luis Alicea Randy Phillips Bob Kipper
2007 58-81 14th Gabe Kapler Randy Phillips Walter Miranda
2008 70-69 8th Kevin Boles Billy McMillon Bob Kipper
2009 73-65 5th Kevin Boles Lost League Finals Billy McMillon Bob Kipper
2010 77-62 3rd Billy McMillon Lost League Finals Luis Lopez Kevin Walker
2011 78-62 4th Billy McMillon Luis Lopez Dick Such
2012 66-73 9th Carlos Febles Darren Fenster Dick Such
2013 51-87 14th Carlos Febles U L Washington Paul Abbott
2014 60-79 10th Darren Fenster Nelson Paulino Paul Abbott Mickey Jiang
2015 72-68 6th Darren Fenster Nelson Paulino Walter Miranda
2016 70-69 8th (t) Darren Fenster Lee May Jr. Walter Miranda Nate Spears
2017 79-60 1st Darren Fenster League Champs Wilton Veras Walter Miranda Corey Wimberly
2018 64-75 12th Iggy Suarez Wilton Veras Bob Kipper
2019 56-82 13th Iggy Suarez Nelson Paulino Bob Kipper
2020 Season cancelled

External Link[edit]

Official Website of the Greenville Drive