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Alex Taveras

One Midwest League season:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Astros, free agent, 1974.
  • Professional Career: Twelve minor league seasons, largely at the Triple-A level. Appeared in 35 games for the Astros and Dodgers.
  • Midwest League: Played for Cedar Rapids in 1974.

  • Management style

    When Taveras worked for the Brewers, his starting pitchers were pretty likely to finish games; this was a Brewers-system trait at the time. Except for that, he was a pretty conventional manager.


    It looks like Taveras coached and managed in the Dominican Leagues; he may still do so. The Latin leagues, summer and winter, are not well-documented in my sources. Need to solve that.



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Alex Taveras

DOB: October 9, 1955 Santiago, Dominican Republic

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT
1997-98 Northeast Dominican (Winter) --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
1997 Indians Dominican (Summer) Indians --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
1990-96        
1989 Beloit Midwest (A) Brewers 134 24 27 232 .55 39 62 72 .463
1988 Brewers Arizona (R) Brewers 58 10 6 146 .66 24 40 18 .690
  Best Record, League Champion, Manager of the Year
1986-87        
1974-85       Playing Career

Minors 3 Seasons   192 34 33 378 .59 63 102 90 .531
Winter 1 Season                    

Total 3 Seasons   192 34 33 378 .59 63 102 90 .531
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.

  • 1989 Beloit Brewers Yearbook.



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