Some articles on manager, joe:
... General Manager Doug Wilson promised the team would undergo significant changes in the off season ... and added grit to the team by signing Joe Callahan, Jed Ortmeyer and Manny Malhotra ... that Marleau was named Captain by General Manager Doug Wilson and McLellan wanted to name his own ...
... Place, except 1993, is finish in Southern Division ... Place from 2010–Present is finish in Western Division 1993 72-68 (3rd in Eastern League), manager Don Buford 1994 84-58 (2nd), manager Pete Mackanin 1995 68-74 (3rd), manager Bob Miscik 1996 54-88 (5th), managers Bob Miscik/Tim Blackwell 1997 75-67 (2nd), manager Joe Ferguson 1998 71-71 (5th), manager Joe Ferguson 1999 70-71 (4th), manager Joe Ferguson 2000 65-77 (5th), manager Andy Etchebarren 2001 59-82 (6th), manager Dave Machemer 2002 55-84 (5th), manager Dave Cash/Dave Stockstill 2003 69-72 (4th), manager Dave Trembley 2004 73-69 (3rd), manager Dave Trembley 2005 74-68 (3rd), manager Don Werner 2006 67-74 (4th), manager Don Werner 2007 72-68 (4th), manager Bien Figueroa 2008 84-58 (1st), manager Brad Komminsk 2009 73-69 (3rd), manager Brad Komminsk 2010 75-67 (3rd), manager Brad Komminsk 2011 75-66 (3rd), manager Gary Kendall 2012 78-64 (2nd), manager Gary Kendall ...
... Evidently, manager Pongo Joe Cantillon of the Nats had picked a rube out of the cornfields of the deepest bushes to pitch against us.. ... Tigers imitated a cow mooing, and we hollered at Cantillon 'Get the pitchfork ready, Joe-- your hayseed's on his way back to the barn.'...The first time I faced him, I watched him take that easy windup ... unique in Johnson's day, with the possible exception of Smoky Joe Wood ...
Famous quotes containing the words ferguson, manager and/or joe:
“Personally I think were over-specialized. Why its getting so we have experts who concentrate only on the lower section of a specimens left ear.”
—Martin Berkeley, and Jack Arnold. Prof. Clete Ferguson (John Agar)
“I knew a gentleman who was so good a manager of his time that he would not even lose that small portion of it which the calls of nature obliged him to pass in the necessary-house, but gradually went through all the Latin poets in those moments. He bought, for example, a common edition of Horace, of which he tore off gradually a couple of pages, read them first, and then sent them down as a sacrifice to Cloacina: this was so much time fairly gained.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“We saw a pair of moose-horns on the shore, and I asked Joe if a moose had shed them; but he said there was a head attached to them, and I knew that they did not shed their heads more than once in their lives.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)