Jeff Treadway

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Hugh Jeffery Treadway

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Biographical Information[edit]

Jeff Treadway was a second baseman who had a nine-year career in the big leagues. His batting average, while .281 lifetime, had its ups and downs during his career, and his fielding was adequate.

Treadway was signed as a free agent for the Cincinnati Reds by scout George Zuraw on January 29, 1984. His best year with the bat was 1991, when he hit .320 for the Atlanta Braves. However, his range was not impressive that year, and he was losing the second base job to Mark Lemke, a much weaker hitter but a stronger fielder.

He played on the Braves World Series teams in 1991 and 1992, at the start of their dominant reign.

Treadway was a coach for the Augusta GreenJackets in 1998 and manager of the Macon Braves in 1999-2000.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1999 Macon Braves South Atlantic League 74-64 4th Atlanta Braves Lost in 1st round
2000 Macon Braves South Atlantic League 69-70 7th Atlanta Braves

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