Jim Marshall

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Rufus James Marshall

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Biographical Information[edit]

Jim Marshall was in the majors for five seasons, getting into 410 games. He was in the minors for eight seasons, hitting over 200 home runs. Jim played for the Chunichi Dragons in Japan from 1963 to 1965 and coached for Chunichi from 1981 to 1983.

Marshall was a coach for the Chicago Cubs in 1974 until taking over as manager in mid-season.

In 1990, he managed the Sun City Rays of the Senior Professional Baseball Association until the league ceased operations in December.

In 2011, Marshall served as Senior Advisor, Pacific Rim Operations for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Preceded by
Whitey Lockman
Chicago Cubs Manager
Succeeded by
Herman Franks
Preceded by
Jack McKeon
Oakland A's Manager
Succeeded by
Billy Martin

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1968 Lodi Crushers California League -- Chicago Cubs -- replaced by Al Heist
1969 San Antonio Missions Texas League 51-81 8th Chicago Cubs
1970 San Antonio Missions Texas League 67-69 5th Chicago Cubs
1971 Tacoma Cubs Pacific Coast League 78-65 1st Chicago Cubs Lost League Finals
1972 Wichita Aeros American Association 87-53 1st Chicago Cubs Lost League Finals
1973 Wichita Aeros American Association 67-68 4th Chicago Cubs
1974 Chicago Cubs National League 25-44 6th Chicago Cubs replaced Whitey Lockman (41-52) on July 25
1975 Chicago Cubs National League 75-87 5th (t) Chicago Cubs
1976 Chicago Cubs National League 75-87 4th Chicago Cubs
1977 Denver Bears American Association 71-65 3rd Montreal Expos League Champs
1978 Vancouver Canadians Pacific Coast League 74-65 4th Oakland A's
1979 Oakland A's American League 54-108 7th Oakland A's
1984 Nashville Sounds Southern League 74-73 5th New York Yankees Lost in 1st round
1986 Buffalo Bisons American Association 71-71 5th Chicago White Sox
1990-91 Sun City Rays SPBA 13-10 2nd Senior League League folded in December

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