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Former Bulldog Mike Redmond Introduced As Miami Marlins Manager
At his introductory news conference Friday, new Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond engaged in the traditional ritual of donning the team jersey for photos, then sat down at a microphone and announced he would keep his shirt on while taking questions.
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Head Coach: Gonzaga University
Mark Machtolf is entering his fifth year at the helm of the Gonzaga University baseball prgram. Prior to being named head coach on Aug. 7, 2003, the Spokane native served 13 years as an assistant coach for the Bulldogs. Since being named head coach, Machtolf has posted a 114-102 record for a .528 winning percentage, placing him third all-time in Gonzaga history.
Last season, for the first time as head coach, Machtolf guided the Bulldogs to a second-place finish in the West Coast Conference and, as a result, a spot in the WCC Championship series against regular- season champion University of San Diego. Gonzaga's second-place finish was its highest in WCC history as the Zags had not finished higher than fifth when the league played a non-divisional format. In 2007, the Bulldogs posted a 33-25 record, marking the most victories since the 1990 campaign. Last season also marked the first time since 1990 the Bulldogs posted 30-plus victories. As a result of their 15-6 WCC record, the Zags' landed eight All-West Coast Conference selections, including WCC Pitcher of the Year and third team All-American Clayton Mortensen. The eight conference accolades tied a program high.
In the summer of 2006, Machtolf was named one of the assistant coaches for the USA Baseball Team. Under Machtolf's guidance, the National Team posted a 28-2-1 record, including going a perfect 8-0 at the Federation Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU) World Championships in Havanna, Cuba. The .919 win percentage for the season was the best ever posted by a USA Baseball collegiate team and the tournament win was the inaugural title for a USA Baseball National Team in Cuba.
Assistant Coach: Gonzaga University
Danny Evans enters his fifth season as a member of the Gonzaga University coaching staff and will serve as the Bulldogs infielder coach. Under Evans, the Bulldogs have become one of the top defensive teams in the West Coast Conference and in NCAA Division I.
Since 2005, Gonzaga's fielding percentage has consistently ranked in the top 30 of NCAA Division I institutions as well as the ranking top in the WCC. In 2005, the Bulldogs fielded a .972 average to rank second in the league and 13th in NCAA Division I. The next season, Gonzaga continued its strong defensive skills, posting a .976 fielding average, while setting a program and West Coast Conference record, as well as ranking the Bulldogs seventh nationally.
Last season the Zags recorded a .971 fielding percentage to rank 30th in the nation. During West Coast Coference play, Gonzaga posted a .980 average to rank first in the league. The Zags committed only 16 errors in league play, setting a WCC record.
Evans has overseen the development of a pair of fomer Bulldogs who are currently playing in the professional ranks - Darin Holcomb and Scott Campbell, both of which were top 15 round draft picks.
Assistant Coach: Gonzaga University
Steve Bennett enters his fourth season as a member of the Gonzaga University coaching staff and will serve as the Bulldogs pitching coach.
A 2000 graduate of Gonzaga, Bennett was a 4-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs appearing in 54 games over his career. He earned West Coast Conference Honorable Mention as a freshman, was selected second-team All-WCC as a junior and was drafted by the New York Mets in the 28th round after his senior season. Bennett chose to return to the Bulldogs for his fifth year where he earned first-team All-WCC. He then went on to play four years in the Mets organization reaching as high as the AA level.
In 2007, Bennett served as the Bulldogs' pitching coach. During his first season in the position, Gonzaga produced its inaugural West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year, third-team All-American and 36th overall draft pick in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft, Clayton Mortensen.