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Old 09-10-2017, 09:48 PM   #621
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Jack Onslow

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In putting together a complete image collection of Boston coaches, I still need images of the following coaches in Red Sox Unis:
Nelson NORMAN
Jerry McNERTNY
Jack BURNS
Bill MCKECHNIE
Eddie MAYO
Johnny SCHULTE
Billy BURWELL
Jack ONSLOW
Bob COLEMAN
Lefty LEIFIELD
Paul KRICHELL


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This photo has his face in the shadows, but at least it depicts Onslow in a Red Sox uniform. It's from the Des Moines Register of March 10, 1934.
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Old 10-10-2017, 12:23 AM   #622
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Astros Coaches?

Looking for images, preferably color, of the following Astros coaches. Thanks for the assistance.

Bob Cluck (pitching coach 90-93)
Dave Engle (bullpen coach, '98? I believe)
Ben Hines
Rudy Jaramillo
Deacon Jones
Don Leppert (84-85)
Julio Linares
Doug Mansolino
Ed Napoleon
Ed Ott
Ed Romero
Tom Spencer
Rick Sweet
Gene Tenace
Ty Van Burkleo (looking for more than just the headshot I have from the press conference when he was introduced)
Jerry Walker
Jim Williams (1975 hitting coach, b.47 and played for the Padres)
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Old 10-10-2017, 11:36 AM   #623
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Wes Stock Seattle Mariners 1977-81

Wes Stock pitched in 321 big league games (only 3 GS)between 1959-67 with the Orioles and KC A's. After his career ended he became a long time pitching coach including a solid run (1973-76) with the great Oakland A's clubs. He was with the Mariners (pictured here) from their expansion season of 1977 thru 1981. He also served as a broadcaster for the 1982-1983 Mariners before returning to the A's as their pitching coach from 1984-1986.
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Old 10-10-2017, 11:43 AM   #624
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Bob Winkles SF Giants 1976

Legendary college baseball coach Bob Winkles worked one season as a coach for the SF Giants in 1976. Winkles was the head coach at Arizona State from 1959-71 turning them into the premier collegiate program in the country winning 3 national titles and developing many big leaguers including Reggie Jackson, Rick Monday, and Sal Bando.

He coached the Giants in between two big league manager jobs as he was the skipper for the Angels (73-74) and the A's (77-78). His biggest success, however in MLB was leading the Expos player development in the late 70's and early 80's. The 87 year old is living in La Quinta, CA.
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Old 10-12-2017, 12:47 AM   #625
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Looking for images, preferably color, of the following Astros coaches. Thanks for the assistance.

Bob Cluck (pitching coach 90-93)
Dave Engle (bullpen coach, '98? I believe)
Ben Hines
Rudy Jaramillo
Deacon Jones
Don Leppert (84-85)
Julio Linares
Doug Mansolino
Ed Napoleon
Ed Ott
Ed Romero
Tom Spencer
Rick Sweet
Gene Tenace
Ty Van Burkleo (looking for more than just the headshot I have from the press conference when he was introduced)
Jerry Walker
Jim Williams (1975 hitting coach, b.47 and played for the Padres)
Found Van Burkleo on Zimbio last night.

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Old 02-14-2018, 04:39 AM   #626
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Astros Coaches

Many of those guys are on Mothers Cookies coaches cards. I don't have them to reproduce directly, but should be a cheap pickup on ebay or elsewhere, even as part of a set.

Posting one FYI. Also this very poor contrast of Deacon Jones was on ebay.

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Old 03-09-2018, 03:37 PM   #627
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Thanks! I know about the Mother's Cookies, am really looking for individual photos. That Jones is better than what I've got!
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Old 03-09-2018, 03:51 PM   #628
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Grover "Deacon" Jones 1962

Found an excellent photo of Jones in an Astros uniform, from the 1982 Yearbook!



Thanks to Bill McCurdy's blog, he's got a lot of Houston-related info.
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Old 03-10-2018, 09:22 AM   #629
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Brace-photographed Coaches

Color images have been requested of these gentlemen earlier. Since so much has been removed, I can't tell if these were every posted before -- but they're not here at present.

Good B&W images of Joe Camacho (Senators) are on this thread, but this is obviously a 1969-era shot from Brace. The Williams (Pades) dates to 1977, the Ruberto (Cardinals) to 1978. At the time, I've read, Ruberto was the youngest coach in the big leagues as part of Vern Rapp's staff.

But my favorite here, Glen Rosenbaum, has more questions than answers. A career minior leaguer as a player, he was on White Sox coaching staffs in the 70s and 80s, but this is a 60s image. After a long career flirting with the majors (95-45 record!), he was reportedly out of baseball in 1966-67, but was hired in 1968 to be the White Sox batting practice pitcher, a job he held for nearly 20 seasons. He also served as traveling secretary for the Sox, retiring from that job in 1998. He wore #39 during much of his coaching career, and this shot is in Comiskey, so I wonder if he were an extra roster player in 64-65, returning to the minors without ever gettng in a game...

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Old 03-13-2018, 07:31 AM   #630
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But my favorite here, Glen Rosenbaum, has more questions than answers. A career minior leaguer as a player, he was on White Sox coaching staffs in the 70s and 80s, but this is a 60s image. After a long career flirting with the majors (95-45 record!), he was reportedly out of baseball in 1966-67, but was hired in 1968 to be the White Sox batting practice pitcher, a job he held for nearly 20 seasons. He also served as traveling secretary for the Sox, retiring from that job in 1998. He wore #39 during much of his coaching career, and this shot is in Comiskey, so I wonder if he were an extra roster player in 64-65, returning to the minors without ever gettng in a game...
The number on the jersey front, combined with the pinstripes, dates Rosenbaum's uniform to 1967 or 1968 -- no earlier. So it looks as though you have answered your own question, i.e. that he was a batting practice pitcher at the time. He's not on the list of players known to have been on major league rosters during the regular season, but never having gotten into major league games, i.e. the "Sharman Society."
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Old 03-27-2018, 03:41 PM   #631
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Terry Brennan

Former Notre Dame football coach Terry Brennan shown as physical fitness coach of the Reds during 1959 spring training. Photo from vendor fox11-auctions on eBay.
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Jimmy Adair Orioles

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Am attempting to find color images of Cot Deal with Yankees (65), Athletics (66-67), Indians (70-71). Actually anything with the latter two would be awesome.
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