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Bill Evers

Three Midwest League seasons:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Cubs, sixth round, June secondary phase, 1976 (Catcher, Eckerd College)
    • Previously drafted by Montreal (1975; 24th round) & Cleveland (January 1976, second phase; 5th round)
  • Professional Career: Four years in the Cubs organization; played at pretty much every level in the farm system.
  • Midwest League: Never played in the Midwest League.

Management style

While he doesn't carry it to extremes, Evers has been a fairly aggressive manager throughout his career.



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Bill Evers

DOB: January 29, 1954 New York, New York

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT

2009 Tampa Bay American (ML) Rays Professional Scout
2008        
2007 Tampa Bay American (ML) Devil Rays Bench Coach
2006 Tampa Bay American (ML) Devil Rays Bench Coach
2005 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 144 1 15 194 .75 26 65 79 .451
2004 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 144 3 11 169 .70 44 77 67 .535
  Playoff Qualifier
2003 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 140 2 14 133 .62 51 73 67 .521
  Playoff Qualifier, Playoff Champion
2002 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 144 3 12 206 .74 68 80 64 .556
  Playoff Qualifier, Playoff Champion
2001 Durham International (A+) Devil Rays 144 4 7 162 .68 44 74 70 .514
2000 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 143 0 23 230 .73 41 81 62 .566
  Playoff Qualifier
1999 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 143 2 10 159 .65 48 83 60 .580
  Playoff Qualifier
1998 Durham International (AAA) Devil Rays 144 6 23 228 .65 46 80 64 .556
  Playoff Qualifier
1997 St. Petersburg Florida State (A+) Devil Rays 137 13 13 231 .64 53 81 56 .591
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
1996 Devil Rays Gulf Coast (R) Devil Rays 59 2 11 109 .70 20 24 35 .407
1995 Columbus International (AAA) Yankees 140 5 18 161 .65 38 71 68 .511
1994 Albany-Colonie Eastern (AA) Yankees 141 10 21 198 .60 52 71 70 .504
1993 Scottsdale Arizona (Fall) --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
1993* Albany-Colonie Eastern (AA) Yankees 67 * * * * * 34 33 .507
  Playoff Qualifier
1993* Greensboro South Atlantic (A) Yankees * * * * * * * * *
  Playoff Qualifier
1992 Phoenix Pacific Coast (AAA) Giants 144 9 41 240 .55 73 66 78 .458
1991 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 136 13 31 296 .69 70 86 50 .632
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
1990 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 133 11 32 211 .61 64 65 68 .489
  Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
1989 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 136 17 25 233 .67 63 75 61 .551
  Playoff Qualifier
1988 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 140 21 16 339 .71 51 78 62 .557
1987 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 139 21 21 224 .63 55 72 67 .518
1986 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants Coach
1985 New York American (ML) Yankees Minor League Catching Instructor
1984 New York American (ML) Yankees Minor League Catching Instructor
1983 New York American (ML) Yankees Minor League Catching Instructor
1982 New York American (ML) Yankees Minor League Catching Instructor
1981 New York American (ML) Yankees Minor League Catching Instructor
1980 Chicago National (ML) Cubs Minor League Catching Instructor
1976-79       Playing Career
  Playoff Qualifier

Coach 2 Seasons  
Minors 19 Seasons   5218 143 344 3723 .67 907 1336 1181 .531
Coach 7 Seasons  
Winter 1 Season                    

Total 19 (28) Seasons   2451 143 344 3723 .67 907 1302 1148 .531

*Evers shared the manager's post on this team.

Some statistics are not currently available.

This page may be incomplete.

Key to the Manager Statistics

G = games
CG = complete games
IBB = intentional walks
SBA = stolen base attempts
SB% = stolen base percentage
SH = sacrifice hits (bunts)
W = wins
L = losses
PCT = won/lost percent

A note about using stats to compare managers.


Sources

My standard sources are described here.





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