Andy Fox

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Andy Fox
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Infielder
Born: (1971-01-12) January 12, 1971 (age 43)
Sacramento, California
Batted: Left Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 7, 1996 for the New York Yankees
Last MLB appearance
October 3, 2004 for the Texas Rangers
Career statistics
Batting average .239
Hits 461
Runs batted in 168
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Andrew Junipero Fox (born January 12, 1971 in Sacramento, California) is an American professional baseball executive and a former Major League Baseball infielder and coach.

Playing career[edit]

Fox, a second round draft pick, graduated from Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento. Also Fox attended a St. Mary, a Catholic school, in sacramento for grades k-8.

In Major League Baseball, he played for the New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks, Florida Marlins, Texas Rangers, and Montreal Expos. He won a World Series as a member of the Marlins' 2003 World Series championship team and as a member of the Yankees' 1996 World Series championship team. While with the Diamondbacks, he set the team's single season record for hits by pitch.

Coaching/managing career[edit]

Fox (right) with Marlins outfielder Cody Ross in 2008.

After his playing career ended, Fox became a minor league coach in the Texas Rangers' farm system in 2005 and served as manager of the Class A Clinton LumberKings in 2006. On March 24, 2007, Fox replaced Perry Hill as the Florida Marlins' first base and infield coach. Fox had previously played under Hill in 2002; similarly, former Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez was a coach for the Marlins during part of Fox's playing career with the team.[1]

After the 2009 season he was named the hitting coach of the Double-A West Tenn Diamond Jaxx of the Southern League.[2] He was named minor league infield coordinator by the Boston Red Sox for the 2011 season.[3] He still holds that position as of the 2013 season.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joe Frisaro. "Notes: Fox replaces Hill on staff", Florida Marlins, March 24, 2007. Retrieved on 2008-05-03.
  2. ^ "Mariners announce Minor League coaching staff for 2010 season". Major League Baseball. seattle.mariners.mlb.com. December 7, 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-13. 
  3. ^ Boston Red Sox, January 10, 2011

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