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Jay Sorg

Two Midwest League seasons:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Reds, fifteenth round, 1994 (Third baseman, Morehead State)
  • Professional Career: Five minor league seasons, predominantly in the low minors, entirely in the Cincinnati organization.
  • Midwest League: Played for Burlington in 1997 and 1998.

Management style

During Sorg's Clinton season, he was a very conventional minor league manager.


Sorg left the 2007 Louisville position in mid-season to accept the head coaching position at his alma mater, Morehead State.



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MWL Fan's Guide

John Jay Sorg

DOB: May 10, 1973 Louisville, Kentucky

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT
2007* Louisville International (AAA) Reds Coach
2006 Louisville International (AAA) Reds Coach
2004-05       Out of Professional Baseball
2003* Billings Pioneer (R+) Reds 38 * * * * * 17 21 .447
  Playoff Qualifier, League Champion
2003* Billings Pioneer (R+) Reds Coach
2003 Cincinnati National (ML) Reds Spring Training Camp Coordinator
2002 Billings Pioneer (R+) Reds Coach
2002 Cincinnati National (ML) Reds Spring Training Camp Coordinator
2001 Billings Pioneer (R+) Reds Coach
2001 Cincinnati National (ML) Reds Spring Training & Fall Instructional Camp Coordinator
2000 Clinton Midwest (A) Reds 140 13 29 215 .69 34 71 69 .507
  Playoff Qualifier
1999 Rockford Midwest (A) Reds Coach

Minors 2 Seasons   178 13 29 215 .69 34 88 90 .494
Coach 5 Seasons  

Total 2 (6) Seasons   140 13 29 215 .69 34 71 69 .507
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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