Kevin Cash

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Kevin Forrest Cash

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Biographical Information[edit]

A limited-duty, part-time player, Kevin Cash's career batting average (.183) and on-base-percentage (24) were two of the worst in modern major league history. A skilled receiver. he rode his catching abilities throughout eight big league seasons.

In 2013, he was named bullpen coach of the Cleveland Indians. After the 2014 season, he was one of three finalists for the job of manager of the Texas Rangers, but lost out to Jeff Banister. A few weeks later, however, on December 5th, he was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to replace the great Joe Maddon in 2015; Don Wakamatsu was the other finalist for the job.

Preceded by
Joe Maddon
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Manager
Succeeded by

Year-By-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
2015 Tampa Bay Rays American League 80-82 4th Tampa Bay Rays
2016 Tampa Bay Rays American League 68-94 5th Tampa Bay Rays
2017 Tampa Bay Rays American League Tampa Bay Rays

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