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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mike Anthony Basso (born July 18, 1964 in Dallas, Texas) is a former minor league baseball catcher who went on to become a scout, coach and manager in the minor leagues.

Prior to playing professionally, he attended the University of Houston. He was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 18th round of the 1986 draft,[1] and he would play in their farm system until 1994. In his nine-year career, he hit .246 with 31 home runs and 224 RBI.[2]

He was the hitting coach for the Las Vegas Stars in 1995, and he also managed in the minors that year. He was an advance scout for the Padres in 2001–2002, and after the 2006 season, he was named coordinator of minor league instruction by the Toronto Blue Jays.

In 2013, Basso was listed as a member of the Major League scouting staff of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1995 Idaho Falls Braves Pioneer League 42-29 3rd San Diego Padres Lost in 1st round
1996 Rancho Cucamonga Quakes California League 69-71 8th San Diego Padres Lost in 1st round
1997 Rancho Cucamonga Quakes California League 77-63 2nd San Diego Padres Lost in 2nd round
1998 Rancho Cucamonga Quakes California League 77-63 4th (t) San Diego Padres Lost League Finals
1999 Mobile BayBears Southern League 66-73 7th San Diego Padres
2000 Mobile BayBears Southern League 66-73 8th San Diego Padres
2003 Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League 78-62 1st Toronto Blue Jays Lost League Finals
2004 New Hampshire Fisher Cats Eastern League 84-57 2nd Toronto Blue Jays League Champs
2005 New Hampshire Fisher Cats Eastern League 68-74 9th Toronto Blue Jays
2006 Syracuse Sky Chiefs International League 64-79 12th Toronto Blue Jays
2009 Las Vegas 51s Pacific Coast League 71-73 4th Toronto Blue Jays

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