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Larry Cox

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Larry Eugene Cox

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Biographical Information[edit]

Larry Cox was a valuable backup catcher for a host of major league teams.

Cox began his career as a catcher from 1966-1967, then was a pitcher in 1968. He resumed catching in 1969. Frequently demoted to the minors upon his arrival with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1973, Cox always seemed to turn up on a major league roster before season's end. He was a good student of the game and a good handler of pitchers, a valuable man to have down in the bullpen. His most big league action came with the Seattle Mariners, for whom he played 205 games between 1979 and 1980 following a 35 game look in 1977. After his playing career ended, he became a minor league manager and was a coach with the Chicago Cubs in 1988 and 1989. He died of a heart attack while playing racquetball in 1990.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1983 Quad Cities Cubs Midwest League 68-71 8th Chicago Cubs
1984 Quad Cities Cubs Midwest League 50-88 12th Chicago Cubs
1985 Iowa Cubs American Association 66-75 6th Chicago Cubs
1986 Iowa Cubs American Association 74-68 3rd Chicago Cubs
1987 Iowa Cubs American Association 64-74 6th Chicago Cubs

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