- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 185 lb.
- School Southern University
- High School Chicago Vocational Career Academy
First baseman/outfielder DeMarlo Hale was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 17th round of the 1983 amateur draft, and spent five seasons playing in the minors for the Red Sox (1983-1986) and Oakland A's (1988).
After his playing days ended, Hale was an instructor at the Bucky Dent Baseball School from 1989 to 1992.
He was a coach for the New Britain Red Sox in 1992, and managed in the minors from 1993 to 1999. In 1995 Hale won the Midwest League Manager of the Year award after leading the Michigan Battle Cats to the league finals and a 75-62 record. In 1999 with the AA Trenton Thunder Hale won the Eastern League Manager of the Year and minor league manager of the year awards from Baseball America, The Sporting News and USA Today Baseball Weekly. He was also chosen to manage the AL affiliates at the AA All-Star Game for the second time, the first coming in 1997. He also served as a coach for team USA at that years Futures Game at Fenway Park.
Hale re-joined the Red Sox as third base coach for the 2006 season and stayed in that position through the end of the 2009 season. He then served two years as the team's bench coach before being let go at the end of the 2011 season with the firing of manager Terry Francona. He stayed in the AL East taking the job of Third Base coach with the Baltimore Orioles for the 2012 season, then in 2013 moved to the Toronto Blue Jays as bench coach under manager John Gibbons. His tenure lasted as long as Gibbons' as he left after the 2018 season, when Gibbons retired.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1993||Fort Lauderdale Red Sox||Florida State League||46-85||13th||Boston Red Sox|
|1994||Sarasota Red Sox||Florida State League||69-64||8th||Boston Red Sox||Lost in 1st round|
|1995||Michigan Battle Cats||Midwest League||75-62||4th||Boston Red Sox||Lost League Finals|
|1996||Sarasota Red Sox||Florida State League||67-69||9th||Boston Red Sox|
|1997||Trenton Thunder||Eastern League||71-70||6th||Boston Red Sox|
|1998||Trenton Thunder||Eastern League||71-70||5th||Boston Red Sox|
|1999||Trenton Thunder||Eastern League||92-50||1st||Boston Red Sox||Lost in 1st round|
|2000||Oklahoma RedHawks||Pacific Coast League||69-74||8th||Texas Rangers|
|2001||Oklahoma RedHawks||Pacific Coast League||74-69||6th||Texas Rangers|