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Brian Conley (minors01)

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Brian Wayne Conley

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Biographical Information[edit]

Brian Conley is a former minor league baseball player who played in the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds organizations from 1995 to 1999.

Growing up in Cincinnati, OH, Brian attended Glen Este High School, from where the Milwaukee Brewers selected him in the 39th round of the 1993 amateur draft. He did not sign and instead attended Okaloosa Walton Community College and Volunteer State Community College, where he was named the 1995 Baseball America Junior College Player of the Year. He was drafted again, in the 16th round by the Chicago Cubs, in the 1995 amateur draft and signed his first professional contract.

The speedy middle infielder played five minor league seasons, ending his playing career in 1999 with the Cincinnati Reds organization. He then took a position as a hitting and infield coach with the Reds. He worked in that capacity for the Reds' single A affiliate, the Dayton Dragons, from 2000 to 2002. He later became a hitting and infield instructor at SWOBAT baseball academy in Cincinnati.

Brian resides in Loveland, OH with his wife Rose and sons Cal and Trevor.

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