Tony Peña is a former catcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates and coach for the New York Yankees.
Antonio Francisco Peña Padilla is a Dominican former professional baseball player, manager and coach. He played as a catcher in Major League Baseball for the Pirates, Cardinals, Red Sox, Indians, White Sox, and Astros. After his playing career, Peña was the manager of the Kansas City Royals between 2002 and 2005. He was most recently the first base coach for the New York Yankees. A four-time Gold Glove Award winner, Peña was known for his defensive abilities as well as his unorthodox squat behind home plate.
Tony Peña may also refer to:
Ramon Antonio Peña, is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.
Tomas Díaz Mendoza is a Mexican professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Villano IV. Within the stable Los Villanos, he has wrestled for Universal Wrestling Association (UWA), AAA, and World Championship Wrestling (WCW). While popular and successful in Mexico, he frequently performed as a jobber in WCW. The other sons of Ray Mendoza who have used the name "Villano" include Villano I, Villano II, Villano III, and Villano V.
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Runelvys Antonio Hernandez is a former right-handed Major League Baseball starting pitcher.
Wily Modesto Peña Gutierrez is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder who is currently a free agent. He previously played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Washington Nationals, Arizona Diamondbacks and Seattle Mariners, and in NPB for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks and Orix Buffaloes. At 6 feet, 3 inches in height and nearly 300 pounds, the right-handed batting and throwing Peña is considered a pure power hitter best known for his long-distance home runs and high strikeout rate.
Tony Francisco Peña is a Dominican former professional baseball pitcher. Peña played shortstop until the 2009 season, when he converted to pitching.
Alejandro Peña Vásquez [ah-leh-hahn'-dro / pen'-nya / vahs'-kes], is a former relief pitcher in Major League Baseball. Listed at 6' 1" [1.85 m], 200 lb. [91 k], he batted and threw right-handed.
Southwest Miami High School is a co-educational secondary school in Olympia Heights, a census-designated place in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. Southwest is currently a 'B' school and of the more than 30 public schools that are neither all magnet schools nor charter schools, Southwest is ranked second best in Miami-Dade county by U.S. News & World Report.
Scott Taylor may refer to:
The 2006 Boston Red Sox season was the 106th season in the franchise's Major League Baseball history. The Red Sox finished third in the American League East with a record of 86 wins and 76 losses, 11 games behind the New York Yankees.
The 1991 Boston Red Sox season was the 91st season in the franchise's Major League Baseball history. The Red Sox finished tied for second in the American League East with a record of 84 wins and 78 losses, seven games behind the Toronto Blue Jays.
Ramón Arturo Peña Padilla is a retired relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played one season for the Detroit Tigers. He is the brother of former major league catcher Tony Peña and the uncle of current Boston Red Sox minor league pitcher Tony Peña, Jr.
The 1997 Chicago White Sox season was the White Sox's 98th season. They finished with a record 80-81, good enough for 2nd place in the American League Central, 6 games behind the 1st place Cleveland Indians.
The 2008 Tampa Bay Rays season, the 11th season in franchise history, marked the change of this baseball team's name from the "Tampa Bay Devil Rays" to the "Tampa Bay Rays", as revealed on November 8, 2007. The change in name also came with a change in logo and uniforms, with new team colors of Columbia blue, Navy blue and gold. The new logo, colors and name were leaked on September 20, 2007, and were confirmed officially on November 8, 2007, when an official announcement was made in downtown St. Petersburg. Prior to the decision to rename the team the Rays, other options considered included the "Aces", "Bandits", "Cannons", "Dukes", "Stripes", and Stuart Sternberg's personal favorite, the "Nine."
The 1985 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 56th playing of the game, annually played between the All-Stars of the National League and the All-Stars of the American League. The game was played on July 16, 1985, in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota, home of the Minnesota Twins.
Juan Francisco Peña [peh-nya] is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played briefly for the Boston Red Sox during the 1999 season. Listed at 6' 5", 215 lb., he batted and threw right-handed.
Jesús Peña [peh-nya] is a former relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played from 1999 through 2000 for the Chicago White Sox (1999–2000) and Boston Red Sox (2000). Listed at 6' 0", 170 lb., he batted and threw left-handed.
Erik Michael Cordier is an American former professional baseball pitcher. He made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debit with the San Francisco Giants in 2014.
The 2017 Chicago White Sox season was the franchise’s 118th season in Chicago and 117th in the American League. It was also the team’s first season under new manager Rick Renteria following Robin Ventura, who chose not to extend his contract with the team after five seasons. The White Sox missed the playoffs for the ninth consecutive season, and finished in 4th place in their division and second worst in the AL respectively.