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Greg Cadaret

Greg Cadaret
Pitcher
Born: (1962-02-27) February 27, 1962 (age 52)
Detroit, Michigan
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB debut
July 5, 1987 for the Oakland Athletics
Last MLB appearance
September 26, 1998 for the Texas Rangers
Career statistics
Win-loss record 38-32
Earned run average 3.99
Strikeouts 539
Teams

Gregory James Cadaret (born February 27, 1962) is a former professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues primarily in relief from 1987-1994 and 1997-1998.

He started his career in the minor league with the Medford A's and helped them win the 1983 Northwest League Championship in his rookie season. Cadaret appeared in the 1988 World Series as a member of the Oakland Athletics.

In 451 games, Cadaret tallied a 38-32 record, with 14 saves, 539 strikeouts and a 3.99 ERA.

Greg established the Greg Cadaret Baseball Endowment at Grand Valley State University in 1992 to support the varsity baseball team.[1]

Post-MLB

After Cadaret's playing career ended, he began coaching and managing. He would coach baseball at Simpson University and spent one year as manager of the Redding Colt .45s of the Horizon Air Summer Series in Redding, California. He was named manager of the Golden Baseball League's Chico Outlaws on December 4, 2008. He currently resides at his ranch in Shingletown, California.[2]

On July 24, 2009, Cadaret was fired by the Outlaws after going 20-25 in the 2009 season. He was replaced by hitting coach Kory DeHaan.

On March 21, 2011, Comcast SportsNet California announced that they had hired Cadaret as a studio analyst for the Oakland A's 2011 season.[3]

Greg is a veteran coach at the Oakland A's Fantasy Camp, taking out the 2011 Championship with the HighLife A's. http://www.hendersonbaseball.com/athletics/athletics.html

He began managing the Colt 45s about 4 years ago and is still the president and manager of the team. He also now resides in Palo Cedro, California as of 6 years ago.

Personal

Greg graduated from Central Montcalm High School (Stanton, Michigan) in 1980. He also graduated from Grand Valley State University.

References

External links

Baseball portal
  • Career statistics and player information from The Baseball Cube
  • Chico Outlaws official website


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