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Jack Mull

Seven Midwest League season:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Cubs, apparently a free agent, 1969
  • Professional Career: 7 seasons--5 in the Cubs' system, then San Francisco. 4 seasons were at Double-A; 2 at Triple-A.
  • Midwest League: Played for Quincy in 1969.
  • A profile of Mull's baseball career is available on this site.

Management style

Mull's been a fairly conservative manager for most of his career. When his players have specific talents, he uses those talents.



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Jack Leroy Mull

DOB: September 9, 1943 Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT
2006 Lake County South Atlantic (A) Indians Hitting Coach
2005 Lake County South Atlantic (A) Indians Hitting Coach
2004 Lake County South Atlantic (A) Indians Hitting Coach
2003 Burlington Appalachian (R+) Indians Coach
2002 Buffalo International (AAA) Indians Coach
2001 Buffalo International (AAA) Indians Coach
2000 Burlington Appalachian (R+) Indians Coach
1999 Burlington Appalachian (R+) Indians 70 1 7 116 .72 15 21 49 .300
1998        
1997* Columbus South Atlantic (A) Indians 97 * * * * * 44 53 .453
1996 Kinston Carolina (A+) Indians 138 3 19 137 .63 65 76 62 .551
  Playoff Qualifier, Manager of the Year
1995 San Francisco National (ML) Giants Coach
1994 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 139 2 13 184 .57 69 57 82 .410
1993 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 134 6 15 295 .73 60 80 54 .597
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier, Manager of the Year
1992        
1991 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 139 25 20 230 .67 63 81 58 .583
  Best Record, League Champion
1990 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 134 12 13 274 .71 57 76 58 .522
1989        
1988 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 136 6 33 227 .67 46 74 62 .544
  Playoff Qualifier
1987 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 135 11 32 159 .60 48 78 57 .578
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier
1986 Clinton Midwest (A) Giants 139 14 27 238 .69 35 63 76 .453
1985        
1984 Phoenix Pacific Coast (AAA) Giants 144 13 25 250 .64 60 69 74 .483
1983 Phoenix Pacific Coast (AAA) Giants 143 23 28 248 .76 33 61 82 .427
1982 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 136 33 14 132 .64 32 62 73 .459
1981 Shreveport Texas (AA) Giants 135 30 9 198 .66 28 68 67 .504
1980 Fresno California (A) Giants 140 36 2 160 .68 51 74 66 .529
  Playoff Qualifier, Co-Manager of the Year
1979 Fresno California (A+) Giants 139 26 12 151 .74 49 66 73 .475
1978 Cedar Rapids Midwest (A) Giants 135 37 5 105 .61 38 53 82 .393
1977 Cedar Rapids Midwest (A) Giants 140 41 23 147 .71 53 74 66 .529
  Playoff Qualifier
1974 Cubs Gulf Coast (R) Cubs 47 6 2 74 .70 16 33 14 .702
  Best Record, League Champion
1974* Key West Florida State (A+) Cubs * * * * * * * * *
1969-73, 75-76       Playing Career

Coach 1 Season  
Total 20 Seasons   2420 325 299 3325 .68 818 1210 1208 .500
Coach 6 Seasons  

Minors 20 (27) Seasons   2420 325 299 3325 .68 818 1210 1208 .500

*Mull 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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