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1988 Dodgers: Where are they now?

So you probably know what Mike Scioscia and Kirk Gibson have been up to lately. But what about Mike Davis, Gil Reyes or Tim Leary?

August 24, 2013



Mike Scioscia – Manager of Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Franklin Stubbs – Hitting coach, triple-A Albuquerque.

Steve Sax – First-base coach, Arizona Diamondbacks.

Alfredo Griffin – First-base coach, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Jeff Hamilton – Mortgage banker, Fenton, Mich.

Kirk Gibson – Manager, Arizona Diamondbacks.

John Shelby – Coach, Milwaukee Brewers

Mike Marshall – Commissioner, Pacific Assn. independent league.

Dave Anderson – First-base coach, Texas Rangers.

Mike Davis – Ministry school, Las Vegas.

Pedro Guerrero – Recently fired as manager of the Vallejo Admirals of the Pacific Assn. independent league, partly because ownership felt Bay Area fans couldn't embrace an ex-Dodger.

Mickey Hatcher – Unemployed former longtime hitting coach of the Angels and Dodgers special assistant.

Rick Dempsey – Broadcaster, Baltimore Orioles.

Tracy Woodson – Head baseball coach, University of Richmond, Va.

Danny Heep – Head baseball coach, University of Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas.

Mike Sharperson – Died in auto accident, May 26, 1996 at age 34.

Mike Devereaux – Hitting coach, Class-A Asheville.

Jose Gonzalez – The journeyman defensive replacement split time in 1988 between Albuquerque and the Dodgers, where he committed one error in 24 games in the outfield. His major league career ended with the Angels in 1992. Current status unknown.

Chris Gwynn – Director of player development for Seattle Mariners.

Gil Reyes – Patient care technician, Lovelace Medical Center, Albuquerque.


Orel Hershiser – Broadcaster, ESPN.

Tim Leary – Insurance agent, Humana, and private baseball lessons in Los Angeles.

Tim Belcher -- Special assistant for baseball operations, Cleveland Indians.

Fernando Valenzuela – Broadcaster, ESPN.

Don Sutton – Broadcaster, Atlanta Braves.

Shawn Hillegas – Went 3-4 with a 4.13 ERA in 10 starts for the Dodgers before being traded in August to the Chicago White Sox for Ricky Horton. Lives in Lake Stevens, Wash.

John Tudor – Part-time high school baseball coach near Boston and community service representative for Red Sox.

Brian Holton – A minor leaguer for most of his career, he was 7-3 with a 1.40 ERA in 1988. Traded to Baltimore in the winter, struggled for two years and was never in the major leagues again. Current status unknown.

Ramon Martinez – Senior advisor for Dodgers in Latin America.

Tim Crews – Died in boating accident, March 23, 1993, at age 31.

Alejandro Pena – Pitching coach, Dodgers' Dominican summer-league team.

Jay Howell – Broadcaster, Atlanta Braves.

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