List of New York Yankees coaches

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Joe Torre (at right) with coaches (from left) Kevin Long, Ron Guidry, and Don Mattingly

The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in New York City, New York in the borough of The Bronx. The Yankees are members of the American League (AL) East Division in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Yankees have won the World Series 27 times, more than any other MLB team.[1][2]

In baseball, coaches serve as assistants to the manager. In the past, coaches did not serve in specific roles, as noted in the position titles, such as "first assistant."[3] The number of coaches on a team's staff has increased over the years, and coaching evolved so that individual coaches took on specific roles. Base coaches also serve as infield, outfield, and base-running instructors. Teams also have a pitching coach, hitting coach, and bullpen coach, who often works with the catchers. The bench coach, a newer role on the coaching staff, serves as a second-in-command, advising the manager during the game.[4]

Many Yankees coaches are former players, former managers or future managers.[5][6]

Coaches[edit]

Key
Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame primarily as a manager or executive
* Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame primarily as a player
+ Former MLB All-Star

Bench coaches[edit]

Yogi Berra served as a coach for the Yankees after his playing and managerial career.
Joe Girardi served as bench coach for one season, before becoming the manager for the Florida Marlins, and later for the New York Yankees.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Berra, YogiYogi Berra* 1976–1982 Former Yankees catcher/outfielder (1946–1963);[7] Managed the Yankees (1964, 1984–1985) and New York Mets (1972–1975)[8] [9][10]
White, RoyRoy White+ 1983 Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [12][13]
Altobelli, JoeJoe Altobelli 1986 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1977–1979), Baltimore Orioles (1983–1985), Chicago Cubs (1991)[14] [15]
Fox, CharlieCharlie Fox 1989 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1971–1974), Montreal Expos (1976), and Chicago Cubs (1983)[16] [6][17]
Ferraro, MikeMike Ferraro 1991 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [19]
Meyer, RussRuss Meyer 1992 [20]
Napoleon, EdEd Napoleon 1993 [21]
Boyer, CleteClete Boyer 1994 Former Yankees third baseman (1957–1966)[22] [23]
Zimmer, DonDon Zimmer+ 1996–2003 Managed the San Diego Padres (1972–1973), Boston Red Sox (1976–1980), Texas Rangers (1981–1982), and Chicago Cubs (1988–1991)[24] [25]
Randolph, WillieWillie Randolph+ 2004 Former Yankees second baseman (1976–1988);[26] Managed the New York Mets (2005–08)[27] [25]
Girardi, JoeJoe Girardi+ 2005 Former Yankees catcher (1996–1999);[28] Managed the Florida Marlins (2006) and New York Yankees (2008–present)[29] [30]
Mazzilli, LeeLee Mazzilli+ 2006 Former Yankees first baseman (1982);[31] Managed the Baltimore Orioles (2004–2005)[32] [33]
Mattingly, DonDon Mattingly+ 2007 Former Yankees first baseman (1982–1995)[34] [35]
Thomson, RobRob Thomson 2008 [36]
Peña, TonyTony Peña+ 2009–present Managed the Kansas City Royals (2002–2005)[37] [38]

Pitching coaches[edit]

Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Corriden, JohnJohn Corriden 1947–1948 [39]
Turner, JimJim Turner 1949–1959 Former Yankees pitcher (1942–1945)[40] [39]
Lopat, EddieEddie Lopat+ 1960 Former Yankees pitcher (1948–1955);[41] Managed the Kansas City Athletics (1963–1964)[42] [43]
Sain, JohnnyJohnny Sain+ 1961–1963 Former Yankees pitcher (1951–1955)[44] [43][45]
Ford, WhiteyWhitey Ford* 1964 Former Yankees pitcher (1950–1967)[46] [45]
Deal, CotCot Deal 1965 [47]
Turner, JimJim Turner 1966–1973 Former Yankees pitcher (1942–1945)[40] [48]
Ford, WhiteyWhitey Ford* 1974–1975 Former Yankees pitcher (1950–1967)[46] [49]
Boyer, CloydCloyd Boyer 1975 [50]
Lemon, BobBob Lemon* 1976 Managed the Kansas City Royals (1970–1972), Chicago White Sox (1977–1978), New York Yankees (1978–1979, 1981–1982)[51] [50]
Boyer, CloydCloyd Boyer 1977 [50]
Fowler, ArtArt Fowler 1977–1978 [50]
King, ClydeClyde King 1978 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1969–1970), Atlanta Braves (1974–1975), Yankees (1982)[52] [50]
Morgan, TomTom Morgan 1979 Former Yankees pitcher (1951–1956)[53] [50]
Fowler, ArtArt Fowler 1979 [50]
Williams, StanStan Williams 1980–1981 Former Yankees pitcher (1963–1964)[54] [50]
King, ClydeClyde King 1981 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1969–1970), Atlanta Braves (1974–1975) and Yankees (1982)[52] [50]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1982 Torborg and Walker began the 1982 season as co-pitching coaches [50]
Walker, JerryJerry Walker+ 1982 Torborg and Walker began the 1982 season as co-pitching coaches [50]
Williams, StanStan Williams 1982 Former Yankees pitcher (1963–1964)[54] [50]
King, ClydeClyde King 1982 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1969–1970), Atlanta Braves (1974–1975), and Yankees (1982)[52] [50]
Ellis, SammySammy Ellis+ 1982 [50]
Fowler, ArtArt Fowler 1983 [50][55]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1983–1984 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56] [50][55]
Ellis, SammySammy Ellis+ 1983–1984 Served as co-pitching coach with Jeff Torborg[57] [50]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1984 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56] [50]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1984–1985 [50][58]
Monbouquette, BillBill Monbouquette 1985 Former Yankees pitcher (1967–1968)[59] [50][58]
Ellis, SammySammy Ellis+ 1986 [50]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1986–1987 [50]
Fowler, ArtArt Fowler 1988 [50]
Williams, StanStan Williams 1988 Former Yankees pitcher (1963–1964)[54] [50]
Connors, BillyBilly Connors 1989–1990 [60]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1991–1992 [20]
Cloninger, TonyTony Cloninger 1992–1993 [23][61]
Connors, BillyBilly Connors 1994–1995 [62]
Contreras, NardiNardi Contreras 1995 [62]
Stottlemyre, MelMel Stottlemyre+ 1996–2005 Former Yankees pitcher (1964–1974)[63] [64]
Connors, BillyBilly Connors 2000 Served as interim pitching coach while Stottlemyre was ill [65]
Guidry, RonRon Guidry+ 2006–2007 Former Yankees pitcher (1975–88)[66] [67]
Eiland, DaveDave Eiland 2008–2010 Former Yankees pitcher (1988–1991, 1995)[68] [36][69]
Rothschild, LarryLarry Rothschild 2011–present Managed the Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998–2001)[70] [71]

Hitting coaches[edit]

Lou Piniella was a Yankees player, coach, manager, general manager, and managed other teams as well.
Don Mattingly served as a hitting coach and bench coach for the Yankees following his playing career.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Houk, RalphRalph Houk 1958–1960 Former Yankees catcher (1947–1954);[72] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973),
Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[73]
[74][75]
Moses, WallyWally Moses 1961–1962 [75]
Mantle, MickeyMickey Mantle* 1970 Former Yankees outfielder/first baseman (1951–1968)[76] [77]
Lau, CharleyCharley Lau 1979–1981 [78]
Vernon, MickeyMickey Vernon+ 1982 [79]
Pepitone, JoeJoe Pepitone+ 1982 Former Yankees first baseman/outfielder (1962–1969)[80] [79]
Walls, LeeLee Walls 1983 [81]
Piniella, LouLou Piniella+ 1984–1985 Former Yankees outfielder (1974–1984);[82] Managed the Yankees (1986–1987, 1988),
Cincinnati Reds (1990–1992), Seattle Mariners (1993–2002), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2003–2005)
and Chicago Cubs (2007–2010)[83]
[84][85]
Horton, WillieWillie Horton+ 1985 [86]
Ward, JayJay Ward 1987 [87]
Chambliss, ChrisChris Chambliss+ 1988 Former Yankees first baseman (1974–1979, 1988)[88] [89][90]
Summers, ChampChamp Summers 1989–1990 [17][91]
Evans, DarrellDarrell Evans+ 1990 [92]
Howard, FrankFrank Howard+ 1991–1992 Managed the San Diego Padres (1981) and New York Mets (1983)[93] [19]
Down, RickRick Down 1993–1995 [23]
Chambliss, ChrisChris Chambliss+ 1996–2000 Former Yankees first baseman (1974–1979, 1988)[88] [33]
Denbo, GaryGary Denbo 2001 [94]
Down, RickRick Down 2002–2003 [25]
Mattingly, DonDon Mattingly+ 2004–2006 Former Yankees first baseman (1982–1995)[34] [25]
Long, KevinKevin Long 2007–present [95]

Bullpen coaches[edit]

Elston Howard, the first African-American Yankee, hoped to become the first African-American manager in Major League Baseball, and coached the Yankees hoping he would receive a managerial offer.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Hegan, JimJim Hegan+ 1961–1973 [75]
Wright, MelMel Wright 1974–1975 [96]
Howard, ElstonElston Howard* 1978–1979 Former Yankees catcher (1955–1967)[97] [98]
Hegan, JimJim Hegan+ 1979–1980 [99]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1980–1984 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56] [12][100]
McNertney, JerryJerry McNertney 1984 [101]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1984–1985 [102]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1985–1987 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56] [18]
Mitterwald, GeorgeGeorge Mitterwald 1988 [90]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1988 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56] [103][104]
Stearns, JohnJohn Stearns 1989 [105]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1990 [19]
Hill, MarcMarc Hill 1991 [106]
Cloninger, TonyTony Cloninger 1992 [20]
Connor, MarkMark Connor 1993 [107]
Cloninger, TonyTony Cloninger 1994–2001 [23]
Monteleone, RichRich Monteleone 2002–2004 Former Yankees pitcher (1990–1993)[108] [25]
Allen, NeilNeil Allen 2005 Former Yankees pitcher (1985, 1987–1988)[109] [110]
Kerrigan, JoeJoe Kerrigan 2006–2007 Managed the Boston Red Sox (2001)[111] [67]
Harkey, MikeMike Harkey 2008–2013 Pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2014–present)
Tuck, GaryGary Tuck 2014– [36]

First base coaches[edit]

Tony Peña, the former Manager of the Year for the Kansas City Royals, has served as first base coach and bench coach for the Yankees.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Houk, RalphRalph Houk 1958–1960 Former Yankees catcher (1947–1954);[72] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973), Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[73] [74][75]
Keller, CharlieCharlie Keller+ 1959 Former Yankees outfielder (1939–1949, 1952)[112] [113]
Moses, WallyWally Moses 1961–1962 [75]
Berra, YogiYogi Berra* 1963 Former Yankees catcher/outfielder (1946–1963);[7] Managed the Yankees (1964, 1984–1985) and New York Mets (1972–1975)[8] [114]
Gleeson, JimJim Gleeson 1964 [114]
Benson, VernVern Benson 1965–1966 [115]
Moses, WallyWally Moses 1966 [115][116]
Babe, LorenLoren Babe 1967 Former Yankees third baseman (1952–1953)[117] [116]
Ford, WhiteyWhitey Ford* 1968 Former Yankees pitcher (1950–1967)[46] [48]
Howard, ElstonElston Howard* 1969–1977 Former Yankees catcher (1955–1967)[97] [48][118]
Cox, BobbyBobby Cox 1977 Former Yankees third baseman (1968–1969);[119] Managed the Atlanta Braves (1978–1981), Toronto Blue Jays (1982–1985) and Atlanta Braves (1990–2010)[120] [121]
Michael, GeneGene Michael 1978 Former Yankees shortstop (1968–1974);[122] Managed the Yankees (1981–1982) and Chicago Cubs (1986–1987)[123] [124]
Berra, YogiYogi Berra* 1979 Former Yankees catcher/outfielder (1946–1963);[7] Managed the Yankees (1964, 1984–1985) and New York Mets (1972–1975)[8] [125]
Ferraro, MikeMike Ferraro 1979–80, 1981–82 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [125]
Torborg, JeffJeff Torborg 1980 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993),
Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[56]
[126]
Berra, YogiYogi Berra* 1983 Former Yankees catcher/outfielder (1946–1963);[7] Managed the Yankees (1964, 1984–1985) and New York Mets (1972–1975)[8] [12]
White, RoyRoy White+ 1984 Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [12]
Holmquist, DougDoug Holmquist 1984 [127]
Merrill, StumpStump Merrill 1985 Managed the Yankees (1990–1991)[128] [129]
Holmquist, DougDoug Holmquist 1985 [129]
White, RoyRoy White+ 1986 Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [130]
Merrill, StumpStump Merrill 1987 Managed the Yankees (1990–1991)[128] [129]
Ferraro, MikeMike Ferraro 1988 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [131]
Corrales, PatPat Corrales 1989 Managed the Texas Rangers (1978–1980), Philadelphia Phillies (1982–1983), Cleveland Indians (1983–1987)[132] [133]
Ferraro, MikeMike Ferraro 1990 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [17][19]
Nettles, GraigGraig Nettles+ 1991 Former Yankees third baseman (1973–1983)[134] [19]
Napoleon, EdEd Napoleon 1992 [20][21]
Howard, FrankFrank Howard+ 1993 Managed the San Diego Padres (1981) and New York Mets (1983)[93] [21][23]
Butterfield, BrianBrian Butterfield 1994–1995 [135]
Cardenal, JoséJosé Cardenal 1996–1999 [33]
Mazzilli, LeeLee Mazzilli+ 2000–2003 Former Yankees first baseman (1982);[31] Managed the Baltimore Orioles (2004–2005)[32] [33]
White, RoyRoy White+ 2004–2005 Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [13]
Peña, TonyTony Peña+ 2006–2008 Managed the Kansas City Royals (2002–2005)[37] [6]
Kelleher, MickMick Kelleher 2009–present [38]

Third base coaches[edit]

Prior to managing the New York Mets, Willie Randolph coached for the New York Yankees.
Larry Bowa was a member of Joe Torre's coaching staff with the Yankees, leaving for the Los Angeles Dodgers with Torre after the 2007 season.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Crosetti, FrankieFrankie Crosetti+ 1946–1968 Former Yankees shortstop (1932–1948)[136] [48]
Howser, DickDick Howser+ 1969–1978 Former Yankees shortstop (1967–1968);[137] Managed the Yankees (1980) and Kansas City Royals (1981–1986)[138] [48][139]
Ferraro, MikeMike Ferraro 1979–1981 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [140]
Martin, BillyBilly Martin+ 1979 Former Yankees second baseman (1950–1957);[141] Managed the Minnesota Twins (1969), Detroit Tigers (1971–1973), Texas Rangers (1973–1975), Yankees (1975–1978, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1988), and Oakland Athletics (1980–1982)[142] [125]
Altobelli, JoeJoe Altobelli 1981–1982 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1977–1979), Baltimore Orioles (1983–1985), Chicago Cubs (1991)[14] [143]
Zimmer, DonDon Zimmer+ 1983 Managed the San Diego Padres (1972–1973), Boston Red Sox (1976–1980), Texas Rangers (1981–1982), and Chicago Cubs (1988–1991)[24] [12]
Michael, GeneGene Michael 1984–1986 Former Yankees shortstop (1968–1974);[122] Managed the Yankees (1981–1982) and Chicago Cubs (1986–1987)[123] [12]
Zimmer, DonDon Zimmer+ 1986 Managed the San Diego Padres (1972–1973), Boston Red Sox (1976–1980), Texas Rangers (1981–1982), and Chicago Cubs (1988–1991)[24] [144]
Boyer, CleteClete Boyer 1988 Former Yankees third baseman (1957–1966)[22] [131][145]
Michael, GeneGene Michael 1988 Former Yankees shortstop (1968–1974);[122] Managed the Yankees (1981–1982) and Chicago Cubs (1986–1987)[123] [17][145]
Elia, LeeLee Elia 1989 Managed the Chicago Cubs (1982–1983) and Philadelphia Phillies (1987–1988)[146] [133][147]
Sparks, JoeJoe Sparks 1990 [148]
Showalter, BuckBuck Showalter 1990–1991 Managed the Yankees (1992–1995), Arizona Diamondbacks (1998–2000), and Texas Rangers (2003–2006)[149] [19]
Boyer, CleteClete Boyer 1992–1993 Former Yankees third baseman (1957–1966)[22] [20]
Randolph, WillieWillie Randolph+ 1994–2003 Former Yankees second baseman (1976–1988);[26] Managed the New York Mets (2005–2008)[27] [25]
Sojo, LuisLuis Sojo 2004–2005 Former Yankees infielder (1996–99, 2000–2001, 2003)[150] [13]
Bowa, LarryLarry Bowa+ 2006–2007 Managed the San Diego Padres (1987–1988) and Philadelphia Phillies (2001–2004)[151] [6]
Meacham, BobbyBobby Meacham 2008 Former Yankees shortstop (1983–1988)[152] [38]
Thomson, RobRob Thomson 2009–present [38]

Positions unspecified[edit]

After his Hall of Fame playing career, Bill Dickey remained with the Yankees as a coach.
Duke Farrell was one of the earliest Major League Baseball coaches.
Coach Seasons Notes Ref
Farrell, DukeDuke Farrell 1909 [5]
Farrell, DukeDuke Farrell 1911 [5]
Daly, TomTom Daly 1914 [5]
Farrell, DukeDuke Farrell 1915–1917 [5]
Schaefer, GermanyGermany Schaefer 1916 Former Yankees outfielder (1916)[153] [5]
O'Connor, PaddyPaddy O'Connor 1918–1919 Former Yankees catcher (1918)[154] [5]
O'Leary, CharleyCharley O'Leary 1921–1930 [5]
Roth, FrankFrank Roth 1921–1922 [5]
Wiltse, HooksHooks Wiltse 1925 [5]
Merkle, FredFred Merkle 1925–1926 Former Yankees first baseman (1925–1926)[155] [5]
Fletcher, ArtArt Fletcher 1927–1945 Managed the Philadelphia Phillies (1923–26) and Yankees (1929)[156] [157][158][159]
Mathews, HarryHarry Mathews 1929 [5]
Shawkey, BobBob Shawkey 1929 Former Yankees pitcher (1915–1927);[160] Managed the Yankees (1930)[161] [5]
Burke, JimmyJimmy Burke 1931–1933 [3]
Perkins, CyCy Perkins 1932–1933 Former Yankees catcher (1931)[162] [5]
Schulte, JohnnyJohnny Schulte 1934–1948 [5]
Sewell, JoeJoe Sewell* 1934–1935 Former Yankees shortstop (1931–1933)[163] [5]
Combs, EarleEarle Combs* 1936–1944 Former Yankees outfielder (1924–1935)[164] [5]
Schreiber, PaulPaul Schreiber 1942 [5]
Neun, JohnnyJohnny Neun 1944–1946 Managed the Yankees (1946) and Cincinnati Reds (1947–1948)[165] [5]
Schreiber, PaulPaul Schreiber 1945 [5]
Rolfe, RedRed Rolfe+ 1946 Former Yankees third baseman (1931, 1934–1942);[166] Managed the Detroit Tigers (1949–1952)[167] [157]
Dressen, ChuckChuck Dressen 1947–1948 Managed the Cincinnati Reds (1934–1937), Brooklyn Dodgers (1951–1953), Washington Senators (1955–1957), Milwaukee Braves (1960–1961), and Detroit Tigers (1963–1966)[168] [5]
Dickey, BillBill Dickey* 1949–1957 Former Yankees catcher (1928–1946);[169] Managed the Yankees (1946)[170] [171]
Henrich, TommyTommy Henrich+ 1951 Former Yankees outfielder (1937–1942, 1946–1950)[172] [5]
Houk, RalphRalph Houk 1953–1954 Former Yankees catcher (1947–54);[72] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973), Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[73] [5]
Gumpert, RandyRandy Gumpert 1957 Former Yankees pitcher (1946–1948)[173] [74]
Keller, CharlieCharlie Keller 1957 Former Yankees outfielder (1939–1949, 1952)[112] [74]
Dickey, BillBill Dickey* 1960 Former Yankees catcher (1928–1946);[169] Managed the Yankees (1946)[170] [5]
Torgeson, EarlEarl Torgeson 1961 Former Yankees first baseman (1961)[174] [5]
Long, DaleDale Long+ 1963 Former Yankees first baseman (1960, 1962–1963)[175] [5]

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