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Pete Mackanin

Two Midwest League seasons:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Washington Senators, 4th round, 1969 (Third Baseman-Shortstop, Brother Rice Catholic HS [Chicago]).
  • Professional Career: Sixteen professional seasons, including all or parts of 9 big league seasons with the Rangers, Expos, Phillies, and Twins.
  • Midwest League: Never played in the Midwest League.

Management style

Mackanin likes the inside game, the running game. His teams bunt, and his teams steal--generally, they do these things very well. His pitchers rarely issue intentional walks, which is probably another aspect of the same preference.



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Peter Mackanin

DOB: August 1, 1951 Chicago, Illinois

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT
2009 Philadelphia National (ML) Phillies Bench Coach
2008        
2007* Cincinnati National (ML) Reds 80           41 39 .513
2007* Cincinnati National (ML) Reds Major League Advance Scout
2006 Pirates Gulf Coast (R) Pirates 53 0   96 .68 14 27 26 .509
2005* Pittsburgh National (ML) Pirates 26           12 14 .462
2005* Pittsburgh National (ML) Pirates Bench Coach
2004 Pittsburgh National (ML) Pirates Bench Coach
2003 Pittsburgh National (ML) Pirates Bench Coach
2002 Lynchburg Carolina (A) Pirates 140 3 8 163 .67 37 87 53 .621
  Playoff Qualifier; Playoff Champion
2001 Hickory South Atlantic (A) Pirates 140 8 17 287 .74 50 67 73 .479
2000-01 Ponce Puerto Rican (Winter) --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
2000 Montreal National (ML) Expos Third Base Coach
1999 Montreal National (ML) Expos Third Base Coach
1998 Montreal National (ML) Expos Third Base Coach
1997 Montreal National (ML) Expos Third Base Coach
1996 Ottawa International (AAA) Expos 142 10 20 224 .71 69 60 82 .423
1995 Ottawa International (AAA) Expos 142 9 13 214 .75 65 72 70 .507
  Playoff Qualifier; Playoff Champion
1994 Bowie Eastern (AA) Orioles 142 19 14 263 .73 42 84 58 .592
  Playoff Qualifier
1993 Frederick Carolina (A+) Orioles 140 8 16 231 .69 56 78 62 .557
  Playoff Qualifier, Best Record; Co-Manager of the Year
1992 Nashville American Association (AAA) Reds 76 * * * * * 35 41 .461
1991 Nashville American Association (AAA) Reds 143 11 27 144 .58 66 65 78 .455
1990 Nashville American Association (AAA) Reds 147 22 16 192 .68 67 86 61 .585
  Playoff Qualifier
1989 Iowa American Association (AAA) Cubs 144 19 29 248 .66 59 62 82 .431
1988-89 Zulia Venezuelan (Winter) --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
1988 Iowa American Association (AAA) Cubs 142 19 15 192 .61 40 78 64 .549
1987        
1986 Peoria Midwest (A) Cubs 140 19 16 258 .67 43 77 63 .550
  Playoff Qualifier
1985 Peoria Midwest (A) Cubs 140 29 6 248 .69 41 75 65 .536
  Playoff Qualifier
1969-84       Playing Career

Majors 2 Seasons   106           53 53 .500
Coach 7 Seasons  
Minors 14 Seasons   1831 176 197 2760 .69 649 953 878 .520
Scout 1 Season  
Winter 2 Seasons   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Total 16 (23) Seasons   1937 176 197 2760 .69 649 1006 931 .519

*Mackanin shared the managing duties for 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.

  • STATS All-Time Major League Handbook




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