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October 23, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Bucky Showalter, a coach for the New York Yankees before being released earlier this month, has become a candidate to become the team's manager. Gene Michael, Yankee general manager, said that Showalter was recommended as a candidate by Robert Nederlander, the club's managing partner. Michael had said earlier that he wanted to hire a manager from outside the organization to replace Stump Merrill.
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March 4, 2003 | Ross Newhan
Buck Showalter is returning from two years in the Elba of the ESPN analyst's booth to manage the Texas Rangers, tantamount to being exiled in the American League West, baseball's toughest division. He is returning as a proven winner, having helped restore the New York Yankees' pride and presence and having helped turn the Arizona Diamondbacks into the game's most successful expansion team.
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March 29, 1998 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Buck Showalter signed a seven-year, $7-million contract to manage the Arizona Diamondbacks, but this Buck doesn't stop there. He has been architect of the team on the field and architect of a lot more. "We're a first-year team, we're just starting out, we want to do it right," said Showalter, whose control as manager of the New York Yankees was limited by an owner named George Steinbrenner. With the Diamondbacks, Showalter may be the closest thing baseball has to a manager-general manager.
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October 3, 2000 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dodger Manager Davey Johnson will have company. The Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates fired their managers Monday in continuing a purge expected to leave many seeking work. Buck Showalter of the Diamondbacks, Jack McKeon of the Reds and Gene Lamont of the Pirates were among the first victims of increased payrolls and unfulfilled expectations, being ousted a day after the regular season ended.
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March 4, 2003 | Ross Newhan
Buck Showalter is returning from two years in the Elba of the ESPN analyst's booth to manage the Texas Rangers, tantamount to being exiled in the American League West, baseball's toughest division. He is returning as a proven winner, having helped restore the New York Yankees' pride and presence and having helped turn the Arizona Diamondbacks into the game's most successful expansion team.
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October 31, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The days of the good old boys' network in major league baseball may be ending. Former second baseman Phil Garner, 42, was named manager of the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday. He becomes the fourth relatively young former player in a month to be hired without any previous big league managerial experience, joining the Boston Red Sox's Butch Hobson, the Seattle Mariners' Bill Plummer and the New York Yankees' Buck Showalter.
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October 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Buck Showalter is expected to become the New York Yankees' manager today. Showalter was fired along with Manager Stump Merrill and four other coaches by Yankee General Manager Gene Michael on Oct. 7. At the time, Michael said he would seek a manager with major league experience and the hunt seemed to focus on Doug Rader, Hal Lanier and Davey Johnson.
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October 3, 2000 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dodger Manager Davey Johnson will have company. The Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates fired their managers Monday in continuing a purge expected to leave many seeking work. Buck Showalter of the Diamondbacks, Jack McKeon of the Reds and Gene Lamont of the Pirates were among the first victims of increased payrolls and unfulfilled expectations, being ousted a day after the regular season ended.
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April 11, 1999 | From Associated Press
Randy Johnson didn't allow his bullpen to blow the lead for him this time. The Arizona Diamondbacks' $52.4-million star struck out 15 and pitched a six-hitter in an 8-3 victory over Tom Glavine and the Atlanta Braves. "I got away with [mistakes] because the team scored a lot of runs," Johnson said after leading the Diamondbacks to their first victory of the season. "I went against the book on a couple of guys and found out that the book was pretty much right on the hitters."
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March 29, 1998 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Buck Showalter signed a seven-year, $7-million contract to manage the Arizona Diamondbacks, but this Buck doesn't stop there. He has been architect of the team on the field and architect of a lot more. "We're a first-year team, we're just starting out, we want to do it right," said Showalter, whose control as manager of the New York Yankees was limited by an owner named George Steinbrenner. With the Diamondbacks, Showalter may be the closest thing baseball has to a manager-general manager.
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October 31, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The days of the good old boys' network in major league baseball may be ending. Former second baseman Phil Garner, 42, was named manager of the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday. He becomes the fourth relatively young former player in a month to be hired without any previous big league managerial experience, joining the Boston Red Sox's Butch Hobson, the Seattle Mariners' Bill Plummer and the New York Yankees' Buck Showalter.
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October 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Buck Showalter is expected to become the New York Yankees' manager today. Showalter was fired along with Manager Stump Merrill and four other coaches by Yankee General Manager Gene Michael on Oct. 7. At the time, Michael said he would seek a manager with major league experience and the hunt seemed to focus on Doug Rader, Hal Lanier and Davey Johnson.
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October 23, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Bucky Showalter, a coach for the New York Yankees before being released earlier this month, has become a candidate to become the team's manager. Gene Michael, Yankee general manager, said that Showalter was recommended as a candidate by Robert Nederlander, the club's managing partner. Michael had said earlier that he wanted to hire a manager from outside the organization to replace Stump Merrill.
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October 17, 1991 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reggie Waller, who calls himself an amateur scout at heart, became the highest-ranking minority executive in Padre history Wednesday when he agreed to a contract as scouting director of the Padres. Waller orally agreed to terms on a multi-year contract Wednesday afternoon in a conference call with chairman Tom Werner and Joe McIlvaine, general manager. The official announcement will be made today, providing Waller time to contact Seattle Mariner officials.
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July 21, 1994 | SHAV GLICK
Sea Cadet, back at Hollywood Park after a 20-month absence because of injuries and illness, has earned $1.7 million as a racehorse, but is best known for what he lacks--a tail. Trainer Ron McAnally considered braiding a fake tail on Sea Cadet's stub when the horse was a yearling in Kentucky, but is glad he didn't. McAnally reckons Sea Cadet became more agile because of his deficiency. "The flies are especially heavy in Kentucky," he explained.
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