Jerry Weinstein

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  • Height 5' 7", Weight 165 lb.

Biographical Information[edit]

Jerry Weinstein has been a minor league manager, college coach and national team manager and coach.

Previously, he compiled an 831-208 record in 23 seasons as head coach at Sacramento City College, guiding the Panthers to 16 conference championships, two co-conference titles, a state title in 1988 and a national crown in 1998. While there, he developed 27 players who went on to play Major League baseball. Weinstein took a 1 year leave of absence in 1983 and spent the year as an assistant at the University of Miami. When an expected promotion to A.D. for Ron Fraser did not happen, the head coach job at Miami was not available for Weinstein, so he returned to Sacramento in 1984. He coached Team USA in the 1987 Pan American Games and the 1992 Olympics.

Weinstein served as catching coordinator for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1999 and was Director of Player Development for the Dodgers in 2000 and 2001. He also spent time as an assitant coach at California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo (2001-2005). In 2012, he was catching coach with the Colorado Rockies. He managed the Israeli national team in the 2017 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers, winning a spot in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, a first for Israel.

Weinstein is a member of the California Community College Baseball Hall of Fame and Sacramento City College Sports Hall of Fame.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1989 GCL Expos Gulf Coast League 28-35 9th Montreal Expos
1993 Geneva Cubs New York-Penn League 43-34 4th Chicago Cubs
1994 Williamsport Cubs New York-Penn League 26-49 14th Chicago Cubs
2007 Modesto Nuts California League 76-64 3rd Colorado Rockies
2008 Modesto Nuts California League 70-69 5th Colorado Rockies
2009 Modesto Nuts California League 75-65 3rd (t) Colorado Rockies Lost in 1st round
2010 Modesto Nuts California League 73-67 6th Colorado Rockies Lost in 2nd round
2011 Modesto Nuts California League 74-66 4th Colorado Rockies Lost in 1st round
2017 Hartford Yard Goats Eastern League 62-77 10th Colorado Rockies

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