Gregory Peter Biagini
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 205 lb.
- School Iowa State University
- High School Glenbrook North High School
First baseman/outfielder Greg Biagini played minor league baseball for a decade but is best known as a coach and minor league manager. He was Baltimore Orioles hitting coach from 1992 to 1994. As a manager, Biagini captured an International League title in 1990 with the Rochester Red Wings and in 1996 won an American Association championship with the Oklahoma City 89ers. Biagini fell one playoff series win away from matching Marv Foley with championships in the PCL, IL, and AA when Oklahoma lost the 1999 Pacific Coast League finals. He later spent several years as a Boston Red Sox scout and hitting coach. Biagini died of kidney cancer at age 51.
He played football, club hockey, and baseball at Iowa State University after graduating from Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Illinois. He was recruited by Johnny Majors at Iowa State University.
Greg Biagini was inducted into the Rochester Baseball Hall of Fame on August 24, 2007 in Rochester, New York.
Biagini's son, Tanner Biagini, was drafted in the 48th round of the 2006 amateur draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers out of high school. He elected to go to college at Virginia Military Institute. He played in the Tampa Bay Rays chain in 2010-2011, then became an assistant coach at University of Richmond, Lafayette College, and Towson University.