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LARRY PARRISH MANAGER Height: 6’3 Weight: 260 Bats: R Throws: R Born: November 10, 1953 (56) in Winter Haven, FL Resides: Ft. Gaines, GA Full name: Larry Alton Parrish Coaching/Managerial Career: Returns for his seventh season as Toledo’s Manager...missed the 2007 season after undergoing ankle surgery on April 4...led the team to a second straight Governors’ Cup Championship in 2006...named the 2005 Sporting News Manager of the Year...spent the previous three seasons (2000-2002) as a Major League Scout with Detroit…was Manager of the Detroit Tigers for 185 games during the 1998 and 1999 seasons, compiling a record of 82-104…served as Bench Coach for Detroit in 1997 and the first five months of 1998…began 1996 as the Tigers’ roving minor league hitting instructor before replacing Bill Plummer as Manager at Double-A Jacksonville on June 21…captured the Southern League Championship in 1996 with Jacksonville...spent the 1995 season as roving hitting instructor for Detroit…managed Toledo for the second half of the 1994 season taking over for Joe Sparks…spent the 1992 and 1993 seasons as Manager of Niagara Falls in the New York-Penn League and won the League Championship in 1993. Playing Career: Played 19 seasons including 15 in the major leagues...was named to the AllStar team in 1979 & 1987...drilled 20 plus HR five times during his major league career ...earned 1979 Montreal Expos Player of the Year honors after hitting .307 with 30 HR & 82 RBI...ranks 9th on the Rangers’ all-time HR list (149) and 9th in RBI (522)...belted 3 grand slams in one week (July 4-10, 1982), tying a major league mark...also played a pair of seasons (1989 & 1990) in Japan and led the league with 42 HR in 1989. Personal: Attended Seminole (FL) Junior College and earned all-conference honors in both baseball and basketball at Haines City High School in 1971...also played football in high school...has three children; Jessica (29), Josh (25), and Amanda (21) and two grandchildren; Morgan and Bailey. YR 92 93 94 96 98 99 03 04 05 06 08 09 YR 72

Larry Parrish’s Managerial Record

TEAM CLASS Niagara Falls Single-A Niagara Falls Single-A Toledo Triple-A Jacksonville Double-A DETROIT Majors DETROIT Majors Toledo Triple-A Toledo Triple-A Toledo Triple-A Toledo Triple-A Toledo Triple-A Toledo Triple-A Overall Record

LEAGUE New York-Penn New York-Penn International Southern American American International International International International International International

FINISH 3rd 2nd 5th 1st 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

W L 39 39 47 31 56 62 36 31 13 12 69 92 65 78 65 78 89 55 76 66 75 69 73 70 703 683

PCT. .500 .603 .475 .537 .520 .429 .455 .455 .618 .535 .521 .510 .507

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 1 0 0 0 0 58 4 3 4 28 141 14 6 16 81 124 14 2 13 77 14 5 0 0 4 6 146 32 5 10 65 28 126 28 5 11 61 41 99 19 2 11 46 37 144 39 4 15 70 32 167 39 2 30 82 41 115 27 3 15 72 36 85 19 3 8 44 28 116 15 0 17 62 30 151 26 4 26 88 46 175 42 1 22 101 42 86 11 1 17 51 33 128 22 1 28 94 52 149 22 1 32 100 49 47 9 1 7 26 20 41 5 0 7 26 8 132 17 1 42 103 95 14 1 28 80 1789 360 3 256 992 529 324 32 11 33 186

SO SB

Larry Parrish’s Playing Career

TEAM AVG. G AB R West Palm .250 2 4 0 Jamestown .260 62 223 32 73 West Palm .293 138 481 82 74 Quebec City .284 119 437 61 MONTREAL .203 25 69 9 75 MONTREAL .274 145 532 50 76 MONTREAL .232 154 543 65 77 MONTREAL .246 123 402 50 78 MONTREAL .277 144 520 68 79 MONTREAL .307 153 544 83 80 MONTREAL .254 126 452 55 81 MONTREAL .244 97 349 41 82 TEXAS .264 128 440 59 83 TEXAS .272 145 555 76 84 TEXAS .285 156 613 72 85 TEXAS .249 94 346 44 86 TEXAS .276 129 464 67 87 TEXAS .268 152 557 79 88 TEXAS .190 68 248 22 BOSTON .259 52 158 10 89 Yakult (Japan) .268 130 493 75 90 Hanshin (Japan) .249 105 381 56 Major League Totals .2631891 6792 850 Minor League Totals .283 321 1145 175

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19 74 91 71 103 101 80 73 84 91 116 77 114 154 79 32

0 4 2 2 2 5 2 0 5 0 2 0 3 3 0 0

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LEON “BULL” DURHAM HITTING COACH Height: 6’2 Weight: 270 Bats: L Throws: L Born: July 31, 1957 (52) in Cincinnati, OH Resides: Cincinnati, OH Full name: Leon Durham Coaching Career: Returns for his 10th season as the hitting coach for the Toledo Mud Hens and his 15th season overall in coaching...spent five seasons in the Anaheim Angels organization before coming to Toledo in 2001...started his coaching career with the Lake Elsinore Storm of the California League in 1996, spent two seasons with the Vancouver Canadiens in the Pacific Coast League and was with the Edmonton Trappers for two seasons. Playing Career: Selected by St. Louis in the first round (15th overall) in the 1976 draft...was traded on December 9, 1980 to the Chicago Cubs, along with third baseman Ken Reitz and third baseman Tye Waller for relief pitcher Bruce Sutter...set career-highs in average (.312), hits (168), doubles (33), and stolen bases (28) during the 1982 season...Durham was named to the National League All-Star team in 1982 and 1983...participated in the 1984 NLCS versus the San Diego Padres...on April 12, 1987, Durham became just the fifth player in history to homer into the right-field upper deck at Philadelphia’s Veteran Stadium...the home run was off of Steve Bedrosian...on May 19, 1988, Durham was traded, along with cash, from the Cubs to the Cincinnati Reds for pitcher Pat Perry...spent 10 seasons in the major leagues, hitting .277 with 147 home runs and 530 RBI in 1067 games...Durham had 20 or more home runs on five occasions and drove in 90 or more runs twice. Personal: Graduated from Cincinnati Woodward High School (OH) in 1976...lettered in baseball, basketball, and football...Durham was a high school All-American selection...batted .385 with 16 HR and was 11-3 as a pitcher during his senior year...is married to Angela and has three children (Lauren-24, Ian-22, and Lance-21)...resides in Cincinnati, OH.

YR 76 77

Leon Durham’s Playing Career

TEAM AVG. G AB R Sarasota .224 44 156 25 Gastonia .368 63 239 45 St. Petersburg .287 63 209 26 78 Arkansas .316 102 367 72 79 Springfield .310 127 449 84 80 Springfield .258 32 128 20 ST. LOUIS .271 96 303 42 81 CHICAGO .290 87 328 42 82 CHICAGO .312 148 539 84 83 CHICAGO .258 100 337 58 84 CHICAGO .279 137 473 86 85 CHICAGO .282 153 542 58 86 CHICAGO .262 141 484 66 87 CHICAGO .273 131 439 70 88 CHICAGO .219 24 73 10 CINCINNATI.216 21 51 4 89 Louisville .287 59 178 31 ST. LOUIS .056 29 18 2 90 Salinas .228 36 114 20 91 San Luis .217 7 23 2 93 St. Paul .292 65 226 44 94 St. Paul .241 52 166 27 95 Vancouver .273 18 55 7 Minor Lg. Totals .292 668 2310 403 Major Lg. Totals .2771067 3587 522

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO 35 3 5 2 18 14 33 88 18 3 4 44 21 31 60 3 6 0 25 28 31 116 21 5 12 70 53 61 139 33 4 23 88 65 61 33 5 5 5 23 15 27 82 15 4 8 42 18 55 95 14 6 10 35 27 53 168 33 7 22 90 66 77 87 18 8 12 55 66 83 132 30 4 23 96 69 86 153 32 2 21 75 64 99 127 18 7 20 65 67 98 120 22 1 27 63 51 92 16 6 1 3 6 9 20 11 3 0 1 2 5 12 51 10 0 10 30 20 38 1 1 0 0 1 2 4 26 5 1 8 26 19 25 5 1 0 0 8 1 6 66 12 1 11 59 45 50 40 2 0 8 26 31 42 15 1 0 2 10 5 11 674 114 30 85 427 317 419 992 192 40 147 530 444 679

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SB 7 7 7 13 16 10 8 25 28 12 16 7 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 67 106


A.J. SAGER PITCHING COACH Height: 6’4 Weight: 235 Bats: R Throws: R Born: March 3, 1965 (45) in Columbus, OH Resides: Perrysburg, OH Full Name: Anthony Joseph Sager Coaching Career: Entering his third season with the Toledo Mud Hens and his ninth season in the Detroit Tigers organization...spent the 2007 season as pitching coach for the Double-A Erie SeaWolves in the Eastern League...was pitching coach for the Single-A West Michigan Whitecaps from 2002-06. Playing Career: Sager pitched for 12 professional seasons, including five years at the major league level...originally drafted by San Diego in the 10th round (240th overall) of the 1988 amateur draft...made his major league debut on April 4, 1994 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego as a member of the Padres - struck out Terry Pendleton looking to begin career...pitched for the Toledo Mud Hens for parts of the 1996 & 1998 seasons...pitched last game on September 26, 1998 at the Skydome in Toronto - final batter faced was Shannon Stewart. Personal: Attended Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala, Ohio...attended the University of Toledo and is in the Varsity “T” Hall of Fame for his achievements in baseball & football...he and his wife Dana and daughter Emersyn (7) reside in Perrysburg, OH during the off-season.

YR 88 89 90 91

TEAM Spokane Charleston Wichita Wichita Las Vegas Las Vegas Wichita Las Vegas Las Vegas SAN DIEGO Col. Springs

A.J. Sager’s Playing Career

W-L ERA G GS 8-3 5.11 15 15 14-9 3.38 26 25 11-12 5.48 26 26 4-3 4.13 10 10 7-5 4.71 18 18 92 1-7 7.95 30 3 93 5-3 3.21 11 11 6-5 3.70 21 11 94 1-4 4.39 23 2 1-4 5.98 22 3 95 8-5 3.49 23 22 COLORADO 0-0 5.40 10 0 96 Toledo 1-0 2.61 18 2 DETROIT 4-5 5.01 2 9 97 DETROIT 3-4 4.18 38 1 98 Toledo 1-2 3.00 14 0 DETROIT 4-2 6.52 31 3 99 GCL Reds 0-1 4.50 1 1 Indianapolis 6-3 4.67 24 7 Minor Lg. Totals 73-62 4.35 260 153 Major Lg. Totals 12-15 5.36 123 16

SV 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 8 5

IP H R ER BB SO 98.2 123 67 56 27 74 167.2 166 77 63 40 105 154.1 200 105 94 29 79 65.1 69 35 30 16 31 109.0 127 63 57 20 61 60.0 89 57 53 17 40 73.1 69 30 26 16 49 90.0 91 49 37 18 58 40.2 57 24 20 8 23 46.2 62 34 31 16 26 133.2 153 61 52 23 80 14.2 19 16 12 7 10 37.2 38 14 11 3 24 79.0 91 46 44 29 52 84.0 81 43 39 24 53 24.0 27 8 8 13 16 59.1 79 47 43 23 23 2.0 4 1 1 0 1 52.0 79 45 27 25 18 1108.1 1292 636 535 255 659 283.2 332 186 169 991649

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MATT RANKIN ATHLETIC TRAINER

Born: August 1, 1971 (38) in Marion, OH College: Ohio University Resides: Toledo, OH Full name: Matthew Jon Rankin

Career: Begins his 10th season with the Mud Hens and his 15th within the Detroit Tigers organization...spent two years with the Lakeland Tigers (A) in the Florida State League from 1999-2000...worked as trainer for the Delaware Stars of the Maryland Fall League in 1998...spent 1996 as the trainer for the Tigers’ Class A Visalia affiliate and 1997-98 as the trainer at Class A Jamestown...served as the trainer for Honolulu of the Hawaii Winter League in 1997...was trainer for Leonnes del Escogido in the Dominican Winter League in 2000. Personal: Matt earned a bachelor’s degree in community health and a master’s degree in athletic training from Ohio University...Matt is married (Amy) and lives in Toledo.

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