Showing posts with label Dave Jauss. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dave Jauss. Show all posts

Monday, February 21, 2011

Mets Announce Minor League and Player Development Staff


Dave Jauss
The New York Mets today announced the appointments of six instructors to the minor league and player development staff:

Dave Jauss to the newly created role of Coordinator of Staff Development, Brian Chicklo as Medical Coordinator, Rick Tomlin as Roving Pitching Instructor, Mark Brewer as Short Season Roving Pitching Instructor, Jack Voigt as Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator and Randy Niemann as Rehabilitation Pitching Coordinator.

Jauss, 54, will oversee the development of staff and player preparation in his new position. Last season, Jauss served as the bench coach on the Mets’ major league staff.

Chicklo, 39, served as the Triple-A trainer for the past nine seasons. This year will his 12th in the Mets’ organization.

Tomlin begins his third season with the Mets. He spent his previous two seasons as the pitching coach for Brooklyn (A) of the New-York Penn League.

Brewer also will act as the pitching coach for the GCL Mets (R) of the Gulf Coast League. Last season, Brewer served as the pitching coach for Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League.

Voigt, 44, moves to his new role from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League where he was the Bisons hitting coach.

Niemann, 55, enters his 24th season with the Mets’ organization. Last season, the Scotia, CA native was the big league club’s bullpen coach.

The Mets previously announced the appointment of Dick Scott as the Minor League Field Coordinator. Scott spent last season in the same role with the Houston Astros.

Kevin Morgan (Coordinator of Instruction/Infield Coordinator), Lamar Johnson (hitting coordinator), Bob Natal (catching coordinator), David Pearson (Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Coordinator), Jason Craig (Strength & Conditioning Coordinator), Ken Coward (Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coordinator) and Rafael Landestoy (International Field Coordinator) all return to their positions from last season.

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Alderson scheduled interviews with Backman, Collins, and Hale


From Twitter: 

Alderson quotes, "We had productive meetings today with Bob Melvin and Dave Jauss as we begin the interview process for our Manager position."  "We've scheduled interviews with Wally Backman, Terry Collins, and Chip Hale this weekend in California."

Just for kicks watch Wally Backman get ejected (from the series Playing for Peanuts)

Link: Baseball Propectus - Q & A with Dave Jauss


Hey Mets Fans,  did you ever wonder who Dave Jauss was?

He was the current bench coach for the New York Mets in 2010.

And why are thinking about hiring him as manager?

According to Baseball Prospectus:

When the Mets hired Dave Jauss to be their bench coach, they brought on board a true baseball man.

The 53-year-old Jauss has spent his entire adult life in the game, performing a cornucopia of roles for a multitude of organizations. After getting his feet wet in independent ball and the college ranks, the Amherst College grad spent three years as a minor-league manager in the Expos system before moving on to the Red Sox, for whom he served as a first base coach, minor-league field coordinator, bench coach, director of player development, and major-league advance scout. From Boston he went to Los Angeles, where he was Grady Little's bench coach with the Dodgers in 2006 and 2007.

For each of the past two seasons, he performed the same role under Dave Trembley, in Baltimore. Jauss, who was hired by the Mets in November, talked about his time in the game during the final month of the 2009 campaign.

 
To read more Baseball Prospectus : Q & A with Dave Jauss click here!

ESPN Video: Bob Melvin and Dave Jauss open manager interviews for Mets


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