Stewart Bryan Cole
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 175 lb.
- School University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- High School South Mecklenburg High School
- Debut September 5, 1991
- Final Game October 6, 1991
- Born February 7, 1966 in Charlotte, NC USA
Cole began his minor league coaching career in 1996 and spent five seasons as a coach in the Colorado Rockies organization. He was a hitting coach for the Asheville Tourists in 1996, Salem Avalanche in 1997, and New Haven Ravens in 1998. Cole returned to the Avalanche to start 1999 before switching to the short-season Portland Rockies in mid-June. He returned to Portland in 2000.
He began his managerial career in 2001 in the Rockies organization and was named California League Manager of the Year in 2003 while at the helm of the Visalia Oaks. In 2013, he was named the Rockies' third base coach under new manager Walt Weiss. Cole stayed in that role after Bud Black replaced Weiss in 2017.
In addition to working for the Rockies, Cole spent time with fall and winter league teams. He was a bench coach for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League (AFL) in 2005. He returned to the AFL to manage the Grand Canyon Rafters in 2006 and the Salt River Rafters in 2011. Usually coaches or managers are appointed to the AFL only once. In addition, Cole managed the 2008 Honolulu Sharks of the Hawaii Winter League in 2008.