Topic: Andrew Emmick
Nashville, TN - The Nashville Sounds have announced that Rick Sweet will serve as the team’s field manager for the 2014 season.
The 61-year-old Sweet becomes the 25th manager in the Sounds’ 37-year franchise history and will be joined by a returning coaching staff. Coach Bob Skube , pitching coach Fred Dabney, trainer Aaron Hoback, and strength & conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick all were previously announced as returning for another season in Music City in 2014.
Nashville, TN - Darnell Coles, who had been announced as the Nashville Sounds’ 2014 manager last month, has accepted a position as the assistant hitting coach with the Detroit Tigers.
Coles had served as a minor league instructor in the Milwaukee Brewers system from 2010-13, including the past two years as manager at Double-A Huntsville.
Nashville, TN - The Nashville Sounds welcome Darnell Coles as the team’s field manager for the 2014 season, replacing two-year Sounds skipper Mike Guerrero, who was promoted to the Milwaukee Brewers’ coaching staff earlier this off season.
The 51-year-old Coles becomes the 25th manager in the Sounds’ 37-year franchise history and will be joined by a returning coaching staff. Coach Bob Skube, pitching coach Fred Dabney, trainer Aaron Hoback, and strength & conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick will all return for another season in Music City in 2014.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds – the Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers – have announced their tentative Opening Day 25-man roster, a group highlighted by the Brewers’ 2012 minor league player and pitcher of the year, nine returning players from the 2012 squad, and eight members of Milwaukee’s 40-man roster.
Well-decorated first baseman Hunter Morris advances to Nashville after an outstanding 2012 campaign at Double-A Huntsville, where he netted Southern League MVP honors, a minor league Gold Glove Award, and was named the Brewers’ Robin Yount Performance Award winner as the organization’s player of the year.
Skube Tapped As Coach, Dabney Returns As Pitching Coach
Nashville, TN – Mike Guerrero, who led Nashville to a 67-77 record in 2012, will return to Music City for his second year as the Sounds’ manager in 2013, the team announced today.
Guerrero will be joined on the Nashville Sounds bench by returning pitching coach Fred Dabney and strength and conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick as well as a pair of new faces: coach Bob Skube and trainer Aaron Hoback.
Top Prospects And Familiar Faces Highlight 2012 Squad
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds – the Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers – have announced their tentative Opening Day 25-man roster, a group highlighted by 16 returning players from the 2011 squad and nine members of Milwaukee’s 40-man roster.
Three of the Brewers’ top 10 prospects (as ranked by Baseball America) will open the season in Nashville, highlighted by top prospect and right-handed pitcher Wily Peralta. «Read the rest of this article»
Former Sound Dabney Named As Pitching Coach, Barajas As Trainer
Nashville, TN – The remainder of the Nashville Sounds’ 2012 coaching staff was announced this afternoon by the Milwaukee Brewers. Pitching Coach Fred Dabney, Athletic Trainer Greg Barajas, and Strength and Conditioning Coach Andrew Emmick will join Manager Mike Guerrero and Hitting Coach Al LeBoeuf on the Nashville bench during the upcoming season.
Dabney is in his ninth season as pitching coach in the Brewers organization and 15th year overall as an instructor in professional baseball. He spent the previous seven seasons as pitching coach at Advanced-A Brevard County and also a month of the 2010 season as Milwaukee’s interim bullpen coach. «Read the rest of this article»
Entire Coaching Staff Comes Back For 2011 Season
Nashville, TN – Don Money, who has led Nashville to a winning record in each of his two years at the helm, will return to Music City for his third year as the Sounds’ manager in 2011.
Money will be rejoined on the Nashville bench by his entire 2010 staff — coach Sandy Guerrero, pitching coach Rich Gale, trainer Dave Yeager, and strength & conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick.
The 63-year-old Money, who enters his 14th year overall as an instructor in the Brewers organization, has compiled an 892-916 record (.493) in his 13 seasons as a minor league manager. Under Money’s leadership in Nashville, the Sounds have recorded a 152-136 record (.528) during his first two seasons. He ranks sixth in club history with his 152 victories. «Read the rest of this article»
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