Tom Poquette

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Thomas Arthur Poquette

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Biographical Information[edit]

Poquette bats with the Royals

Tom Poquette was a member of the 1976-1978 Kansas City Royals, winner of 3 straight AL West Division titles.

Poquette was a coach for the Omaha Royals in 1988-1990. Next, he managed the Eugene Emeralds in 1991, the Appleton Foxes in 1992, and Memphis Chicks in 1993. He was the hitting coach for the Omaha Royals again in 1994-1995, the Royals' minor league hitting coordinator in 1996-1997, and hitting coach for the big-league Royals in 1997-1998. Returning to managing, Poquette skippered the Charleston Alley Cats in 1999 and the Spokane Indians in 2000-2002. He was then a coach for the AZL Royals II in 2003 and the AZL Royals in 2004-2007.

Notable Achievements[edit]

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

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1991 Eugene Emeralds Northwest League 42-34 3rd Kansas City Royals
1992 Appleton Foxes Midwest League 70-62 6th Kansas City Royals Lost in 1st round
1993 Memphis Chicks Southern League 63-77 9th Kansas City Royals
1999 Charleston Alley Cats South Atlantic League 61-80 13th Kansas City Royals
2000 Spokane Indians Northwest League 38-38 5th Kansas City Royals
2001 Spokane Indians Northwest League 22-54 8th Kansas City Royals
2002 Spokane Indians Northwest League 29-47 7th Kansas City Royals

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