November 6, 1965 |
Chihuahua, Chihuahua Mexico
|May 17, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 22, 1991, for the Cleveland Indians|
Everardo "Ever" Magallanes Espinoza (born November 6, 1965 in Chihuahua, Chihuahua Mexico) is a former major league baseball player and all-star minor league player. He is currently the manager of the Southern League's Birmingham Barons, the Double-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
Magallanes had a long minor league career including some time with the farm systems of the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, and Arizona Diamondbacks. While with the Kinston Indians, Magallanes earned a spot on the 1988 Carolina League all-star squad.
He made the majors in 1991 with Cleveland. He saw action in three games as a shortstop. He compiled a walk and a .000 batting average in three plate appearances.
Magallanes was the manager of the AZL Angels in 2006 and replaced younger brother Bobby Magallanes as manager of the Cedar Rapids Kernels in 2007. He spent 2008 managing the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the class 'A' California League and took the team to within one game of the California League playoffs before losing a play-in game to Inland Empire. He took over as the Barons' manager in 2009.
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