Jack Hiatt

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Jack E. Hiatt

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Biographical Information[edit]

Since retiring as a player, Jack Hiatt was a Chicago Cubs coach in 1981 and a minor league manager. He worked in the San Francisco Giants front office for more than a decade, retiring as the Giants' Director of Player Development in October 2007. Since retiring, he has been a Senior Consultant, Player Personnel.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1975 GCL Cubs Gulf Coast League 30-24 3rd Chicago Cubs none
1976 Pompano Beach Cubs Florida State League 56-85 8th Chicago Cubs
1977 Pompano Beach Cubs Florida State League 72-68 6th Chicago Cubs
1978 Pompano Beach Cubs Florida State League 72-69 7th Chicago Cubs
1979 Wichita Aeros American Association 57-79 8th Chicago Cubs
1980 Wichita Aeros American Association 61-74 5th (t) Chicago Cubs
1982 Holyoke Millers Eastern League 63-77 6th California Angels
1983 Columbus Astros Southern League 64-79 7th Houston Astros
1988 Pocatello Giants Pioneer League 26-44 3rd San Francisco Giants

Hiatt also managed the Chicago Arizona Instructional League franchise in 1977.

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