Born: 10/21/48 Pittsburg; KS Bats – R Throws – R Ht. 6’ Wt. 187 lbs.
Wife: Susan Russell
Was one of the greatest clutch hitters in Dodger history . . . appeared in more games than any other Los Angeles Dodger (2;181) during an 18-year major league career and second only to Zack Wheat (2;322) on all-time Dodger list . . . teamed with Ron Cey; Davey Lopes; and Steve Garvey from 1973-1981 to form longest-running infield in major league history . . . played in three All Star Games and four World Series . . . tied World Series record by collecting one or more hits in each game of the 1978 Fall Classic and set series record in 1981 for most assists by a shortstop (26) in a six-game series . . turned in his finest year in 1978 when he hit .266 and was second on the club with 179 hits . . . also high school All American in basketball . . . was a coach for the Dodgers in 1987-91 . . . returned to Los Angeles as a coach in 1994; following two seasons as the Dodger’s manager at Triple-A Albuquerque . . . was Dodgers manager from July 1996-June 1998 . . . in 1999; he managed Tampa Bay’s Double-A Orlando affiliate to the Southern League championship . . . in 2000; served as bench coach for Tampa Bay . . .
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