October 19, 1996 |
Yankee batting instructor Chris Chambliss, who flew to Los Angeles on Thursday and returned that night, said he was happy with the positive nature of a three-hour interview with Angel General Manager Bill Bavasi and Tim Mead, assistant general manager. "I think if they have more interest or if they put me on a short list, they'll bring me in again for another interview," Chambliss said. "I'm pleased with the way it went, but that's not where my mind is right now.
November 11, 1991 |
Chris Chambliss, who spent most of his playing career with the New York Yankees, is a candidate to become manager of the Chicago White Sox, the Chicago Tribune reported Sunday. Hiring Chambliss probably would please Commissioner Fay Vincent, who has criticized baseball for having only two black major league managers. Chambliss has been voted minor league manager of the year twice in double A, including this season with Greenville of the Southern League, the Atlanta Braves' double-A affiliate.
October 18, 1996 |
New York Yankee batting coach Chris Chambliss interviewed for the Angel managing job Thursday, and Baltimore Oriole batting coach Rick Down will interview Monday, bringing to at least 10 the number of candidates the team will have had formal discussions with by early next week. But just as notable is the list of candidates the Angels haven't interviewed.
October 11, 2000 |
The New York Yankees said Tuesday they have given the Dodgers permission to interview coaches Willie Randolph and Chris Chambliss as potential Dodger managers. The Dodgers are not commenting on their managerial search, but the Yankees confirmed that President Bob Graziano and General Manager Kevin Malone have scheduled meetings with the members of Yankee Manager Joe Torre's staff.
October 26, 2000 |
Jose Vizcaino has been busy in the World Series. The New York Yankee infielder has focused on the New York Mets this week, but Vizcaino made time to speak with former Dodger teammates, many of whom hope Rick Down becomes their next manager. So who is Rick Down? That's a question Dodger fans will ask if Chairman Bob Daly, as expected, promotes the longtime batting coach shortly after the Subway Series.
June 7, 2013 |
Your browser does not support iframes. When a group of Dodgers scouts traveled to Mexico last spring, Yasiel Puig wasn't the only top prospect they signed. In fact, he wasn't the first. Days before they signed Puig, the Dodgers reached an agreement with Mexican left-hander Julio Urias . Urias, 16, is now pitching for the Dodgers' Class-A affiliate based in Great Lakes, Mich., becoming the Midwest League's youngest player in more than two decades. Urias earned his first professional victory Thursday night, as he held West Michigan to one hit over five scoreless innings.