Mike Brumley (brumlmi02)

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Anthony Michael Brumley

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Biographical Information[edit]

Mike Brumley was a journeyman infielder who saw action with six teams between 1987 and 1995. He saw action in a career best 92 games with the 1989 Detroit Tigers, but meager returns (.198/.251/.255 in 212 at bats) relegated him to organizational depth. He played for the US team that won Bronze in the 1982 Amateur World Series.

After his major league career, Brumley became a manager in the Arizona Diamondbacks (1998-1999) and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2001-2004) minor league systems. He was a minor league bunting instructor for the Chicago White Sox in 2000. From 2005 to 2007, he was the minor league field coordinator for the Texas Rangers. Brumley returned to the field to manage the Ogden Raptors in 2008. In 2010, he became the third base coach of the Seattle Mariners. In 2014, he was named assistant hitting coach of the Chicago Cubs. He coached for the Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions of the CPBL in 2016. He was the Atlanta Braves' minor league hitting coordinator for 2019.

He is the son of Mike Brumley, a former catcher in the major leagues.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1997 Rio Grande Valley White Wings Texas-Louisiana League 39-53 Independent Leagues
1998 AZL Diamondbacks Arizona League 24-32 5th Arizona Diamondbacks none
1999 South Bend Silver Hawks Midwest League 68-71 9th Arizona Diamondbacks
2001 Arkansas Travelers Texas League 66-70 6th Anaheim Angels League Champs
2002 Salt Lake Stingers Pacific Coast League 78-66 1st Anaheim Angels Lost League Finals
2003 Salt Lake Stingers Pacific Coast League 68-75 3rd Anaheim Angels
2004 Salt Lake Stingers Pacific Coast League 56-88 4th Anaheim Angels
2008 Ogden Raptors Pioneer League 42-33 3rd Los Angeles Dodgers Lost in 1st round

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