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Terry Bevington

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Terry Paul Bevington (born July 7, 1956) is a former manager who managed the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball from 1995 until 1997.

Bevington was born in Akron, Ohio. His family moved to Santa Monica, California where he was a standout high school baseball player at Santa Monica High. He spent seven seasons in the minor leagues after being drafted by the New York Yankees in 1974. He batted .247 in 368 games played, including 33 with the Triple-A Vancouver Canadians of the Pacific Coast League in 1980. He threw and batted right-handed, stood 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall and weighed 190 pounds (86 kg).[1]

He then managed in the Milwaukee Brewers organization for five years before being named third base coach in 1989. In the middle of the 1995 season, he was named manager of the White Sox when Gene Lamont was fired on June 2. After 2½ seasons at the helm, he was fired at the end of the 1997 with a record of 222-214 (.509); the White Sox went 75-76 in 1995, 85-77 in 1996, and 80-81 in 1997 under Bevington.[2] He was a third base coach for the Toronto Blue Jays from 1999 through 2001[3] before returning to the minor leagues as a manager. He resigned as the Edmonton Cracker-Cats' skipper after a suspension stemming from an on-field brawl between the Cracker Cats and Calgary Vipers.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Duane Espy
Burlington Bees Manager
1981
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
???
Beloit Brewers Manager
1982
Succeeded by
Tim Nordbrook
Preceded by
Duane Espy
Stockton Ports Manager
1983
Succeeded by
???
Preceded by
Lee Sigman
El Paso Diablos Manager
1984–1985
Succeeded by
Duffy Dyer
Preceded by
Tom Trebelhorn
Vancouver Canadians Manager
1986
Succeeded by
Rocky Bridges
Preceded by
Jack Lind
Denver Zephyrs Manager
1987
Succeeded by
Duffy Dyer
Preceded by
Rocky Bridges
Vancouver Canadians Manager
1988
Succeeded by
Marv Foley
Preceded by
Chicago White Sox First Base Coach
1989
Succeeded by
Ron Clark
Preceded by
Ron Clark
Chicago White Sox Third Base Coach
1990–1995
Succeeded by
Doug Mansolino
Preceded by
Garth Iorg
Syracuse Sky Chiefs Manager
1998
Succeeded by
Pat Kelly
Preceded by
Eddie Rodriguez
Toronto Blue Jays Third Base Coach
1999–2001
Succeeded by
Carlos Tosca
Preceded by
Les Peden
Shreveport Sports Manager
2003–2004
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Shreveport Sports Manager
2008
Succeeded by
Eddie Gerald
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