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Dan Radison

One Midwest League season:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Cardinals, tenth round, 1972 (Infielder/catcher, Southern Illinois University)
  • Professional Career: Three minor league seasons, at nearly every level in the Cardinals organization.
  • Midwest League: Never played in the Midwest League.

Management style

Any way you cut the data, Radison's tactics are pretty conservative. His teams rarely bunt, hardly ever issue intentional passes, and are unaggressive on the basepaths.



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Daniel John Radison

DOB: August 24, 1950 Saint Louis, Missouri

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

2009 St. Louis National (ML) Cardinals Minor League Hitting Instructor
2008 St. Louis National (ML) Cardinals Minor League Hitting Instructor
2007 St. Louis National (ML) Cardinals Minor League Hitting Instructor
2006 Johnson City Appalachian (R+) Cardinals 68 1 9 84 .68 10 34 34 .500
2005 New York American (ML) Yankees Scout
2004        
2003 Yankees Gulf Coast (R) Yankees 57 2 8 56 .70 6 26 31 .456
2003 New York American (ML) Yankees Scout
2002 Columbus International (AAA) Yankees Coach
2001 Norwich Eastern (AA) Yankees Coach
2000 Norwich Eastern (AA) Yankees 142           76 66 .535
1999 Chicago National (ML) Cubs First Base Coach
1998 Chicago National (ML) Cubs First Base Coach
1997 Chicago National (ML) Cubs Third Base Coach
1996 Brisbane Australian BL (Winter) ---                  
1996 Chicago National (ML) Cubs First Base Coach
1995 Brisbane Australian BL (Winter) ---                  
1995 Chicago National (ML) Cubs First Base Coach
1994 Brisbane Australian BL (Winter) ---                  
1994 San Diego National (ML) Padres First Base Coach
1993 San Diego National (ML) Padres First Base Coach
1992 Albany-Colonie Eastern (AA) Yankees 139 7 16 174 .64 28 71 68 .511
  Playoff Qualifier
1991 Albany-Colonie Eastern (AA) Yankees 140 9 32 218 .70 28 76 64 .543
  Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
1990* Albany Eastern (AA) Yankees * * * * * * * * *
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier
1989 Springfield Midwest (A) Cardinals 135 19 27 216 .63 29 73 62 .541
  Playoff Qualifier
1988 Hamilton New York-
Pennsylvania (A-)
Cardinals 75 6 12 151 .77 26 36 39 .480
1987 Johnson City Appalachian (R+) Cardinals 69 11 15 156 .69 14 42 27 .609
  Playoff Qualifier
1986 Johnson City Appalachian (R+) Cardinals 66 14 6 136 .80 14 44 22 .667
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier, Manager of the Year
1985 Little Falls New York-
Pennsylvania (A-)
Mets 75 14 18 162 .69 22 34 41 .453
1984 Kingsport Appalachian (R+) Mets 69 7 9 135 .83 7 31 38 .449
1983 Old Dominion Sun Belt (Collegiate) Monarchs Hitting Coach
1982 Old Dominion Sun Belt (Collegiate) Monarchs Hitting Coach
1981 University of Georgia Southeastern (Collegiate) Bulldogs Hitting Coach
1980 University of Georgia Southeastern (Collegiate) Bulldogs Hitting Coach
1979 University of Georgia Southeastern (Collegiate) Bulldogs Hitting Coach
1978 Broward CC ??? (Collegiate) Seahawks Associate Coach
1977 Broward CC ??? (Collegiate) Seahawks Associate Coach
1975-76        
1972-74       Playing Career

Coach 7 Seasons  
Minors 12 Seasons   1035 90 152 1488 .71 184 543 492 .525
Coach 4 Seasons  
Winter 3 Seasons                    
Coach 7 Seasons  

Total 12 (29) Seasons   1035 90 152 1488 .71 184 543 492 .525

*Radison 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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