Jackson Hugh Lind
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 170 lb.
- School Arizona State University
- High School Mesa High School
- Debut September 10, 1974
- Final Game September 22, 1975
- Born June 8, 1946 in Denver, CO USA
Infielder Jack Lind has the distinction of having been a teammate of both the American and Japanese home run kings. In 1975, he was a teammate of Hank Aaron on the Milwaukee Brewers. Two years later, in 1977, he played for the Yomiuri Giants with Sadaharu Oh.
After his playing career ended, Lind was an assistant coach at Arizona State University in 1981-1982 and a longtime minor league manager. He was a coach for the Buffalo Bisons in 1988. Lind was the Pittsburgh Pirates minor league field instructor in 1989 and minor league coordinator of instruction from 1990 to 1996. Moving to the big leagues, he was the Pirates' third base coach from 1997 to 2000 and a scout in 2001-2002. In 2006 he was manager of the Lexington Legends of the South Atlantic League. In 2017, he became first base coach and hitting coach for Germany's Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg.
His son, Zachary Lind, is the drummer for the band Jimmy Eat World.
Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1983||Redwood Pioneers||California League||73-65||5th||California Angels||League Champs|
|1984||Vermont Reds||Eastern League||75-65||4th||Cincinnati Reds||League Champs|
|1985||Vermont Reds||Eastern League||71-67||4th||Cincinnati Reds||League Champs|
|1986||Denver Zephyrs||American Association||76-66||1st||Cincinnati Reds||Lost League Finals|
|1987||Nashville Sounds||American Association||64-76||7th||Cincinnati Reds|
|1988||Nashville Sounds||American Association||38-39||--||Cincinnati Reds||replaced by Wayne Garland on June 27|
|1990||Welland Pirates||New York-Penn League||36-42||8th||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|2003||San Jose Giants||California League||58-82||9th||San Francisco Giants|
|2004||Capital City Bombers||South Atlantic League||89-47||1st||New York Mets||Lost League Finals|
|2005||Binghamton Mets||Eastern League||63-79||11th (t)||New York Mets|
|2006||Lexington Legends||South Atlantic League||75-63||4th (t)||Houston Astros||Lost in 1st round|