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Thu, 18 Oct 2012 00:06:05 -0700
The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Wednesday, Oct. 17, that they would not bring back first-base coach Eric Young and would also be adding a coach to work under hitting coach Don Baylor in a newly created position. Baylor, third-base coach Matt Williams, pitching coach Charles Nagy, bench coach Alan Trammell and bullpen coach Glenn Sherlock will return for 2013. All of the coaches, including Young, were under contract for 2013.
Sat, 05 Nov 2011 11:10:49 -0700
The Arizona Diamondbacks have extended the contracts of most of the members of manager Kirk Gibson's coaching staff for an additional year. First base coach Eric Young, third base coach Matt Williams, bench coach Alan Trammell, bullpen coach Glenn Sherlock and pitching coach Charles Nagy had their contracts extended through the 2013 season. Hitting coach Don Baylor has not yet received an extension because he is managing a winter ball team in Venezuela and the Diamondbacks have been unable to contact him. However, general manager Kevin Towers said the team will extend Baylor's contract as soon as possible.
Tue, 26 Oct 2010 13:10:36 -0700
The Arizona Diamondbacks hired Don Baylor as their hitting coach, Charles Nagy as their pitching coach and Alan Trammell as their bench coach Tuesday, Oct. 26, according to MLB Network Radio's Brent Gambill.
Wed, 20 Oct 2010 10:46:37 -0700
Chicago Cubs bench coach Alan Trammell could decide to join the Arizona Diamondbacks under manager Kirk Gibson, according to ESPNChicago.com.
Fri, 30 Jul 2010 21:39:53 -0700
Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella will miss the last two games of the series and the opener of the home series with the Milwaukee Brewers to attend his uncle's funeral in Tampa. Bench coach Alan Trammell will manage the team in Piniella's absence, according to The Associated Press.
Tue, 20 Jul 2010 12:13:37 -0700
The Chicago Cubs have five early candidates to replace manager Lou Piniella at the end of the 2010 season, according to The Detroit News' Tony Paul. The candidates are former 2B Ryne Sandberg, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, former manager Bob Brenly, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre and bench coach Alan Trammell.
Thu, 07 Jun 2007 08:36:50 -0700
Carrie Muskat, of Chicago.Cubs.MLB.com, reports Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella will return from his four-game suspension Thursday, June 7. Bench coach Alan Trammell went 3-1 replacing Piniella as manager for those four games.
Mon, 23 Oct 2006 22:32:58 -0700
The Chicago Tribune's Paul Sullivan reports Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella chose former Detroit Tigers SS and manager Alan Trammell as his bench coach on Oct. 23, filling the second spot on his coaching staff. Trammell signed a two-year contract to serve as Piniella's right-hand man after Piniella's longtime bench coach, John McClaren, opted to take on the same responsibilities under Mike Hargrove in Seattle.
Sun, 22 Oct 2006 22:29:34 -0700
The Associated Press reports former Detroit Tigers manager George "Sparky" Anderson addressed the media before Game 2 of the World Series on a variety of topics, one of which was the decision to fire former manager Alan Trammell after the 2005 season. Trammell was the shortstop on the team that won the 1984 World Series for Anderson. "When you sign a contract, I think you sign to be fired," Anderson said. "I certainly got it, Bobby Cox got it and Tony got it. Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa, if we had to vote today, you would have to vote one of the two the greatest managers of all times. You're not going to give Connie Mack that because he used to leave after the third or fourth inning if things were bad there. The elevator girl was waiting for him."
Fri, 20 Oct 2006 00:29:32 -0700
According to The Detroit Free Press, former Detroit Tigers manager Alan Trammell was "very impressive" in his interview with the Colorado Rockies for their hitting coach vacancy, and will likely become a finalist for the position, according to one major-league executive.