|Born: October 7, 1968|
El Paso, Texas
|April 9, 1992, for the Houston Astros|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 10, 1999, for the Seattle Mariners|
|Earned run average||3.83|
During his career, Henry was 33-33, with a 3.89 ERA while throwing 621 total innings. In between, the left-hander also played with the Montreal Expos, Boston Red Sox and the Seattle Mariners. He had the best year of his career with the Expos in its 1994 season, when he posted an 8-3 record with a 2.43 ERA. After spending the duration of the 2000 season on the disabled list, and a short-lived comeback attempt in the minors in 2001, Henry announced his retirement in 2003 due to arm troubles.
Henry later served as a coach in 2004 for the Sarasota Reds of the Gulf Coast League. The following year, he was the pitching coach for the Billings Mustangs of the Pioneer League, the advanced rookie affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds.
He then was promoted as a manager for the El Paso Diablos of the American Association in 2006, as he led the Diablos to a South Division best record of 54-40 and their first playoff berth since 2000, when El Paso was a member of the Texas League. The 2007 team batting and pitching vastly improved under Henry's guidance. The batting average for the Diablos was 15 points higher (.279 to .294), while the pitching ERA was almost a full two runs lower (6.18 to 4.37) as compared to 2006. The Diablos also led the league in runs scored and hits and were second in team batting average. As a result, Henry won American Association Manager of the Year honors.
As of 2018, Henry lives in the El Paso area.