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
Yogi 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]
Roy White+ 1983 Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [12][13]
Joe Altobelli 1986 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1977–1979), Baltimore Orioles (1983–1985), Chicago Cubs (1991)[14] [15]
Charlie Fox 1989 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1971–1974), Montreal Expos (1976), and Chicago Cubs (1983)[16] [6][17]
Mike Ferraro 1991 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [19]
Russ Meyer 1992 [20]
Ed Napoleon 1993 [21]
Clete Boyer 1994 Former Yankees third baseman (1957–1966)[22] [23]
Don 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]
Willie Randolph+ 2004 Former Yankees second baseman (1976–1988);[26] Managed the New York Mets (2005–08)[27] [25]
Joe Girardi+ 2005 Former Yankees catcher (1996–1999);[28] Managed the Florida Marlins (2006) and New York Yankees (2008–17)[29] [30]
Lee Mazzilli+ 2006 Former Yankees first baseman (1982);[31] Managed the Baltimore Orioles (2004–2005)[32] [33]
Don Mattingly+ 2007 Former Yankees first baseman (1982–1995);[34] Managed the Los Angeles Dodgers (2011–2015) and the Miami Marlins (2016–) [35]
Rob Thomson 2008, 2015–2017 Bench Coach the New York Yankees (2008, 2015–2017) and the Philadelphia Phillies (2018–); Third Base Coach the New York Yankees (2009–2014) [36]
Tony Peña+ 2009–2014 Managed the Kansas City Royals (2002–2005)[37]Bench Coach the New York Yankees (2009–2014); First Base Coach the New York Yankees (2006–2008, 2015–2017) [38]
Josh Bard 2018–present bullpen coach the Los Angeles Dodgers (2016–2017)[39] [40]

Pitching coaches[edit]

Coach Seasons Notes Ref
John Corriden 1947–1948 [41]
Jim Turner 1949–1959
1966–1973
Former Yankees pitcher (1942–1945)[42] [41][43]
Eddie Lopat+ 1960 Former Yankees pitcher (1948–1955);[44] Managed the Kansas City Athletics (1963–1964)[45] [46]
Johnny Sain+ 1961–1963 Former Yankees pitcher (1951–1955)[47] [46][48]
Whitey Ford* 1964, 1974–1975 Former Yankees pitcher (1950–1967)[49] [48][50]
Cot Deal 1965 [51]
Cloyd Boyer 1975, 1977 [52]
Bob Lemon* 1976 Managed the Kansas City Royals (1970–1972), Chicago White Sox (1977–1978), New York Yankees (1978–1979, 1981–1982)[53] [52]
Art Fowler 1977–1979
1983, 1988
[52][54]
Clyde King 1978, 1981–1982 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1969–1970), Atlanta Braves (1974–1975), Yankees (1982)[55] [52]
Tom Morgan 1979 Former Yankees pitcher (1951–1956)[56] [52]
Stan Williams 1980–1982, 1988 Former Yankees pitcher (1963–1964)[57] [52]
Jeff Torborg 1982–1984 Began the 1982 season as co-pitching coach with Jerry Walker. Managed the Cleveland Indians (1977–1979), Chicago White Sox (1989–1991), New York Mets (1992–1993), Montreal Expos (2001), and Florida Marlins (2002–2003)[58] [52][54]
Jerry Walker+ 1982 Began the 1982 season as co-pitching coach with Jeff Torborg. [52]
Sammy Ellis+ 1982–1984, 1986 Served as co-pitching coach with Jeff Torborg (1983–1984).[59] [52]
Mark Connor 1984–1987
1991–1992
[52][60][20]
Bill Monbouquette 1985 Former Yankees pitcher (1967–1968)[61] [52][60]
Billy Connors 1989–1990
1994–1995, 2000
Served as interim pitching coach while Stottlemyre was ill (2000). [62][63][64]
Tony Cloninger 1992–1993 [23][65]
Nardi Contreras 1995 [63]
Mel Stottlemyre+ 1996–2005 Former Yankees pitcher (1964–1974)[66] [67]
Ron Guidry+ 2006–2007 Former Yankees pitcher (1975–88)[68] [69]
Dave Eiland 2008–2010 Former Yankees pitcher (1988–1991, 1995)[70] [36][71]
Larry Rothschild 2011–2019 Managed the Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998–2001)[72] [73]
Matt Blake 2020–present [74]

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
Ralph Houk 1958–1960 Former Yankees catcher (1947–1954);[75] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973),
Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[76]
[77][78]
Wally Moses 1961–1962 [78]
Mickey Mantle* 1970 Former Yankees outfielder/first baseman (1951–1968)[79] [80]
Charley Lau 1979–1981 [81]
Mickey Vernon+ 1982 [82]
Joe Pepitone+ 1982 Former Yankees first baseman/outfielder (1962–1969)[83] [82]
Lee Walls 1983 [84]
Lou Piniella+ 1984–1985 Former Yankees outfielder (1974–1984);[85] 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)[86]
[87][88]
Willie Horton+ 1985 [89]
Jay Ward 1987 [90]
Chris Chambliss+ 1988, 1996–2000 Former Yankees first baseman (1974–1979, 1988)[91] [92][93][33]
Champ Summers 1989–1990 [17][94]
Darrell Evans+ 1990 [95]
Frank Howard+ 1991–1992 Managed the San Diego Padres (1981) and New York Mets (1983)[96] [19]
Rick Down 1993–1995
2002–2003
[23][25]
Gary Denbo 2001 [97]
Don Mattingly+ 2004–2006 Former Yankees first baseman (1982–1995);[34] Managed the Los Angeles Dodgers (2011–2015) and the Miami Marlins (2016–) [25]
Kevin Long 2007–2014 Former Hitting coach New York Yankees (2007–2014), New York Mets (2015–2017), Washington Nationals (2018–) [98]
Jeff Pentland 2015 Former Hitting coach Chicago Cubs (1997–2002), Kansas City Royals (2003–2005), Seattle Mariners (2005–2008), and Los Angeles Dodgers (2011), New York Yankees (2015). [99]
Alan Cockrell 2016–2017 Former Hitting coach Colorado Rockies (2006–2008), Seattle Mariners (2009–2011), New York Yankees (2016–2017) [100]
Marcus Thames+ 2018–present Former Yankees outfielder (2002, 2010);[34] Hitting Coach the New York Yankees (2018–) [25]

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
Jim Hegan+ 1961–1973
1979–1980
[78][101]
Mel Wright 1974–1975 [102]
Elston Howard* 1978–1979 Former Yankees catcher (1955–1967)[103] [104]
Jeff Torborg 1980–1984
1985–1987, 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)[58] [12][105][106][107][108]
Jerry McNertney 1984 [109]
Mark Connor 1984–1985
1990, 1993
[110][19][111]
George Mitterwald 1988 [93]
John Stearns 1989 [112]
Marc Hill 1991 [113]
Tony Cloninger 1992, 1994–2001 [20][23]
Rich Monteleone 2002–2004 Former Yankees pitcher (1990–1993)[114] [25]
Neil Allen 2005 Former Yankees pitcher (1985, 1987–1988)[115] [116]
Joe Kerrigan 2006–2007 Managed the Boston Red Sox (2001)[117] [69]
Mike Harkey 2008–2013
2016–present
Pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2014–2015)
Gary Tuck 2014–2015 [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
Ralph Houk 1958–1960 Former Yankees catcher (1947–1954);[75] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973), Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[76] [77][78]
Charlie Keller+ 1959 Former Yankees outfielder (1939–1949, 1952)[118] [119]
Wally Moses 1961–1962, 1966 [78][120][121]
Yogi Berra* 1963, 1979, 1983 Former Yankees catcher/outfielder (1946–1963);[7] Managed the Yankees (1964, 1984–1985) and New York Mets (1972–1975)[8] [122][123][12]
Jim Gleeson 1964 [122]
Vern Benson 1965–1966 [120]
Loren Babe 1967 Former Yankees third baseman (1952–1953)[124] [121]
Whitey Ford* 1968 Former Yankees pitcher (1950–1967)[49] [43]
Elston Howard* 1969–1977 Former Yankees catcher (1955–1967)[103] [43][125]
Mickey Mantle 1970 Former Yankees outfielder/first baseman (1951–68);[126] [127]
Bobby Cox 1977 Former Yankees third baseman (1968–1969);[128] Managed the Atlanta Braves (1978–1981), Toronto Blue Jays (1982–1985) and Atlanta Braves (1990–2010)[129] [130]
Gene Michael 1978 Former Yankees shortstop (1968–1974);[131] Managed the Yankees (1981–1982) and Chicago Cubs (1986–1987)[132] [133]
Mike Ferraro 1979–1980
1981–1982
1988, 1990
Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [123][134][17][19]
Jeff 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)[58]
[135]
Roy White+ 1984, 1986
2004–2005
Former Yankees outfielder (1965–1979)[11] [12][136][13]
Doug Holmquist 1984–1985 [137][138]
Stump Merrill 1985, 1987 Managed the Yankees (1990–1991)[139] [138]
Pat Corrales 1989 Managed the Texas Rangers (1978–1980), Philadelphia Phillies (1982–1983), Cleveland Indians (1983–1987)[140] [141]
Graig Nettles+ 1991 Former Yankees third baseman (1973–1983)[142] [19]
Ed Napoleon 1992 [20][21]
Frank Howard+ 1993 Managed the San Diego Padres (1981) and New York Mets (1983)[96] [21][23]
Brian Butterfield 1994–1995 [143]
José Cardenal 1996–1999 [33]
Lee Mazzilli+ 2000–2003 Former Yankees first baseman (1982);[31] Managed the Baltimore Orioles (2004–2005)[32] [33]
Tony Peña+ 2006–2008
2015–2017
Managed the Kansas City Royals (2002–2005)[37]Bench Coach the New York Yankees (2009–2014) First Base Coach the New York Yankees (2006–2008, 2015–2017) [6]
Mick Kelleher 2009–2014 [38]
Reggie Willits 2018–present

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
Frankie Crosetti+ 1946–1968 Former Yankees shortstop (1932–1948)[144] [43]
Dick Howser+ 1969–1978 Former Yankees shortstop (1967–1968);[145] Managed the Yankees (1980) and Kansas City Royals (1981–1986)[146] [43][147]
Mike Ferraro 1979–1981 Managed the Cleveland Indians (1983) and Kansas City Royals (1986)[18] [148]
Billy Martin+ 1979 Former Yankees second baseman (1950–1957);[149] 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)[150] [123]
Joe Altobelli 1981–1982 Managed the San Francisco Giants (1977–1979), Baltimore Orioles (1983–1985), Chicago Cubs (1991)[14] [151]
Don Zimmer+ 1983, 1986 Managed the San Diego Padres (1972–1973), Boston Red Sox (1976–1980), Texas Rangers (1981–1982), and Chicago Cubs (1988–1991)[24] [12][152]
Gene Michael 1984–1986, 1988 Former Yankees shortstop (1968–1974);[131] Managed the Yankees (1981–1982) and Chicago Cubs (1986–1987)[132] [12][17][153]
Clete Boyer 1988, 1992–1993 Former Yankees third baseman (1957–1966)[22] [134][153][20]
Lee Elia 1989 Managed the Chicago Cubs (1982–1983) and Philadelphia Phillies (1987–1988)[154] [141][155]
Joe Sparks 1990 [156]
Buck Showalter 1990–1991 Managed the Yankees (1992–1995), Arizona Diamondbacks (1998–2000), Texas Rangers (2003–2006), and the Baltimore Orioles (2010–2018) [157] [19]
Willie Randolph+ 1994–2003 Former Yankees second baseman (1976–1988);[26] Managed the New York Mets (2005–2008)[27] [25]
Luis Sojo 2004–2005 Former Yankees infielder (1996–99, 2000–2001, 2003)[158] [13]
Larry Bowa+ 2006–2007 Managed the San Diego Padres (1987–1988) and Philadelphia Phillies (2001–2004)[159] [6]
Bobby Meacham 2008 Former Yankees shortstop (1983–1988)[160] [38]
Rob Thomson 2009–2014 Bench Coach the New York Yankees (2008, 2015–2017) and the Philadelphia Phillies (2018–); Third Base Coach the New York Yankees (2009–2014)
Joe Espada 2015–2017
Phil Nevin+ 2018–present Third base coach the San Francisco Giants (2017)[161]

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
Duke Farrell 1909, 1911
1915–1917
[5]
Tom Daly 1914 [5]
Germany Schaefer 1916 Former Yankees outfielder (1916)[162] [5]
Paddy O'Connor 1918–1919 Former Yankees catcher (1918)[163] [5]
Charley O'Leary 1921–1930 [5]
Frank Roth 1921–1922 [5]
Hooks Wiltse 1925 [5]
Fred Merkle 1925–1926 Former Yankees first baseman (1925–1926)[164] [5]
Art Fletcher 1927–1945 Managed the Philadelphia Phillies (1923–26) and Yankees (1929)[165] [166][167][168]
Harry Mathews 1929 [5]
Bob Shawkey 1929 Former Yankees pitcher (1915–1927);[169] Managed the Yankees (1930)[170] [5]
Jimmy Burke 1931–1933 [3]
Cy Perkins 1932–1933 Former Yankees catcher (1931)[171] [5]
Johnny Schulte 1934–1948 [5]
Joe Sewell* 1934–1935 Former Yankees shortstop (1931–1933)[172] [5]
Earle Combs* 1936–1944 Former Yankees outfielder (1924–1935)[173] [5]
Paul Schreiber 1942, 1945 [5]
Johnny Neun 1944–1946 Managed the Yankees (1946) and Cincinnati Reds (1947–1948)[174] [5]
Red Rolfe+ 1946 Former Yankees third baseman (1931, 1934–1942);[175] Managed the Detroit Tigers (1949–1952)[176] [166]
Chuck 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)[177] [5]
Bill Dickey* 1949–1957, 1960 Former Yankees catcher (1928–1946);[178] Managed the Yankees (1946)[179] [180][5]
Tommy Henrich+ 1951 Former Yankees outfielder (1937–1942, 1946–1950)[181] [5]
Ralph Houk 1953–1954 Former Yankees catcher (1947–54);[75] Managed the New York Yankees (1961–1963, 1966–1973), Detroit Tigers (1974–1978), and Boston Red Sox (1981–1984)[76] [5]
Randy Gumpert 1957 Former Yankees pitcher (1946–1948)[182] [77]
Charlie Keller 1957 Former Yankees outfielder (1939–1949, 1952)[118] [77]
Earl Torgeson 1961 Former Yankees first baseman (1961)[183] [5]
Dale Long+ 1963 Former Yankees first baseman (1960, 1962–1963)[184] [5]

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