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Doug Henry #57

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Full Name:
Doug Henry
Uniform #:
57

Coaching Career

• Henry will begin his third season as the bullpen coach after being named to Ned Yost's staff on Oct. 10, 2012. 

• Worked three seasons (2010-12) as the pitching coach at Triple-A Omaha, helping lead the club into the playoffs twice, which included the 2011 Pacific Coast League title…helped develop current Royals Tim Collins, Danny Duffy, Kelvin Herrera and Greg Holland in Omaha.

• Served as the Royals' Minor League pitching coordinator in 2009.

• Joined the Royals' organization in 2008 as the pitching coach at Class A Burlington...helped lead the Bees to the Midwest League championship.

• Was the pitching coach for Danville (Rookie) in 2006 and then Rome (Class A) in 2007, both in the Atlanta chain.

• Transitioned to coaching in the professional ranks in 2005, serving as a pitching coach in Myrtle Beach (Class A) for the Atlanta Braves' affiliate in the Carolina League.

• Began his coaching career in 2002 following his retirement as a player, serving on the staff at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Playing Career

• Pitched for 11 seasons in the Majors with the Brewers (1991-94), Mets (1995-96), Giants (1997, 2000), Astros (1998-2000) and Royals (2001)...compiled a 34-42 record with 82 saves and a 4.19 ERA in 582 appearances, all in relief.

• Worked in the postseason in four straight seasons from 1997-2000 for the Giants and Astros, compiling a 1.59 ERA in eight outings.

• Was 2-1 with 15 saves in 16 opportunities and a 1.00 ERA in 32 relief outings for the Brewers in his rookie campaign of 1991, finishing eighth in the AL Rookie of the Year balloting.

• In his final Major League season (2001), went 2-2 in 53 outings for the Royals in 2001, tossing 75.2 innings.

• Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the eighth round of the 1985 Draft.

Miscellaneous Notes

• Doug resides in Hartland, Wisconsin...he and his wife, Monique, have four children: Danielle, Jason, Zachary and Mikayla.

• Graduated from Tennyson High School in Hayward, California.

• Played college baseball at Arizona State University, where he was a teammate of Barry Bonds...named to the All-West Regional team and the Pan American team in 1983...tossed a one-hitter against the University of Maine in the College World Series.

• Earned a Bronze Medal pitching for Team USA at the 1984 Amateur World Series. 

• Originally selected by the New York Mets in the 16th round of the 1982 Draft, but did not sign and elected to attend Arizona State.

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