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Jim Mahoney

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James Thomas Mahoney

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Biographical Information[edit]

Jim Mahoney played four seasons in the majors with four teams, along with 16 seasons in the minors.

He was signed in 1953 as a pitcher. He hit .346 for the Bradford Phillies and the Salisbury Rocots, but went 0-5 on the mound, and became a shortstop in 1954. He pitched one game in 1966 and one game in 1967, both in the Pacific Coast League.

Mahoney was a Chicago White Sox coach from 1972 to 1976 and a member of the Seattle Mariners staff in 1985 and 1986.

He is not to be confused with his contemporary Jim Maloney.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1977 Charleston Patriots Western Carolinas League 53-87 6th Pittsburgh Pirates
1978 Salem Pirates Carolina League 73-64 3rd Pittsburgh Pirates
1979 Salem Pirates Carolina League 54-82 6th Pittsburgh Pirates none
1980 Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League 69-76 7th Pittsburgh Pirates
1981 Glens Falls White Sox Eastern League 83-52 1st Chicago White Sox Lost League Finals
1982 Glens Falls White Sox Eastern League 77-63 3rd Chicago White Sox Lost in 1st round
1983 Denver Bears American Association 73-61 2nd Chicago White Sox League Champs
1988 Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League 36-32 -- Minnesota Twins -- replaced by Jim Shellenback (40-34) on June 20

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