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Dave Brundage

Dave Brundage
Born (1964-10-06)October 6, 1964
Portland, Oregon
Nationality American
Alma mater Oregon State University
Occupation Minor league baseball player and Manager
Years active 1986 to present
Employer Philadelphia Phillies

David Charles Brundage (born October 6, 1964 in Portland, Oregon) is an American professional baseball manager. In 2014, Brundage will spend his second season as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies' Triple-A affiliate, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.[1]

In 2012, Brundage served as manager of the Gwinnett Braves, Triple-A farm system affiliate of the Atlanta Braves in the International League, for the fourth consecutive season, his sixth straight at the helm of Atlanta's top farm team (prior to 2009, the Richmond Braves).

Brundage attended batted .275 with 683 hits and compiled a 1–5 won/lost mark on the mound with an earned run average of 3.83.[3] Brundage threw and batted left-handed, stood 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) tall and weighed 190 lb (86 kg).

His managerial career began in the Seattle organization in 1995 in the California League, but he has spent much of his 15-year career at higher levels of the minors, including six years at Double-A with Seattle affiliates in the Southern and Texas leagues, and eight seasons at Triple-A with the Tacoma Rainiers, Richmond/Gwinnett Braves, and the IronPigs. His 2007 Richmond team won the International League championship. He also was Tacoma's batting coach from 1998–2000.

His 16-season win–loss record as a manager through 2013 was 1,157–1,098 (.513).[3]


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  2. ^ The Baseball Cube
  3. ^ a b Baseball Reference

External links

  • Gwinnett Braves' official biography
Preceded by
Ed Romero
Memphis Chicks manager
Succeeded by
Franchise replaced by
Memphis Redbirds (PCL)
Preceded by
Rick Burleson
San Antonio Missions manager
Succeeded by
Daren Brown
Preceded by
Dan Rohn
Tacoma Rainiers manager
Succeeded by
Daren Brown
Preceded by
Brian Snitker
Richmond Braves manager
Succeeded by
Franchise transferred
Preceded by
Franchise established
Gwinnett Braves manager
Succeeded by
Randy Ready
Preceded by
Ryne Sandberg
Lehigh Valley IronPigs manager
Succeeded by
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