Matt Sinatro

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Sinatro as First Base Coach for the Chicago Cubs.

Matthew Stephen Sinatro (born March 22, 1960 in Hartford, Connecticut) is a former major league catcher and currently handling administrative duties for the Chicago Cubs after being replaced as 1st base coach in January 2010. He attended Conard High School in West Hartford, Connecticut[1]. He previously served as the bullpen coach for the Seattle Mariners (1995-2002) and Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2003-2005). He has spent his entire coaching career working for manager Lou Piniella. In a January 11, 2012 press release, the Houston Astros named Sinatro as the Major League catching and advance scouting coordinator.

Playing career[edit]

Although drafted in the second round of the 1978 MLB draft by the Atlanta Braves, Sinatro was never a regular player in the major leagues, and never played more than 37 games in one season. He played from 1981 to 1992 for the Braves, Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers, and Mariners.

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