Jim Tracy

Jim Tracy

About Jim Tracy

James Edwin Tracy (born December 31, 1955) is the former manager of the Colorado Rockies. Tracy was named manager of the Rockies after previous manager, Clint Hurdle, was fired on May 29, 2009. He has accumulated two playoff wins in his 11 year managerial career. He was an All-America baseball player at Marietta College, a NCAA Division III institution in Ohio. Tracy played as an outfielder for parts of two seasons with the Chicago Cubs in 198081. He also played two seasons in Japan with the Yokohama Taiyo Whales in 198384. Tracy worked as a minor league manager for several organizations. He is featured as the manager of the 1988 Peoria Chiefs in the book 'The Boys Who Would Be Cubs', by Joseph Bosco . Tracy later served as the bench coach of the Montreal Expos (under manager Felipe Alou), and the Dodgers (under manager Davey Johnson) in 1999 and 2000. Tracy was manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2001 to 2005, compiling 4 winning seasons and a 427383 record.

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