- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10" Weight 165 lb.
Felix Maldonado was a minor league outfielder from 1959-1970, twice hitting .300 and spending three years at AAA. Overall, he spent more than 40 years with the Boston Red Sox organization. He was a coach for the Elmira Pioneers in 1987, and managed for seven seasons. After his time as a minor league manager, he was coordinator of Latin American instruction for the Sox. He also worked as a scout in his native Puerto Rico.
He died at home in 2010 after a long battle with cancer.
Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1989||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||27-36||10th (t)||Boston Red Sox|
|1990||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||34-29||5th||Boston Red Sox|
|1991||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||33-27||2nd||Boston Red Sox||Lost in 1st round|
|1992||Winter Haven Red Sox||Florida State League||51-86||13th||Boston Red Sox|
|1993||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||32-28||6th (t)||Boston Red Sox|
|1994||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||40-20||3rd||Boston Red Sox|
|1995||GCL Red Sox||Gulf Coast League||21-36||13th||Boston Red Sox|