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Indians hire Jason Bere to replace Kevin Cash

When Kevin Cash was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to be manager, it left a hole on the Indians’ staff. The team announced that they’ve hired Jason Bere as bullpen coach. Bere, 43, has been a Special Assistant to the Baseball Operations Department since retiring as a player in 2005. In that role Jason provided instruction and evaluation of organizational pitchers within the Indians...
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January 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Kevin Cash must balance old and new eras as Rays manager

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Kevin Cash must find balance while walking a fine line. That's clear after he was introduced as Rays manager to the Tampa Bay area Monday afternoon, a time of fresh potential and possibility. The old era, the one with Joe Maddon and Andrew Friedman and underdog teams rising to contend in the American League East, is over. Yet there will be an expectation that...
Via Fox Sports Florida
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Rays manager Kevin Cash greets media at MLB Winter Meetings

The baseball world is receiving its first glimpse of the Tampa Bay Rays' new era. Monday, manager Kevin Cash and president of baseball operations Matt Silverman spoke to reporters gathered at Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings in San Diego. Silverman touched on the Rays' desire to improve in run production, and Cash shared his thoughts about building relationships in his role...
Via Fox Sports Florida
December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Indians Bullpen Coach Kevin Cash Hired As Tampa Bay Rays Manager

This embed is invalid" /> ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Kevin Cash is the new manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. The team announced the former Cleveland Indians bullpen coach as Joe Maddon’s replacement on Friday, selecting him over ex-Seattle Mariners manager and current Kansas City Royals bench coach Don Wakamatsu. Cash, who turns 37 on Saturday, has no...
December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays Hire Ex-Sox Catcher Cash As New Manager

(Getty Images)Kevin Cash's Red Sox career was kind of forgettable. It spanned three years and 102 games—with Cash hitting .188 and delivering a dismal .279 OBP. He was a pretty good defensive backstop—but not that good. He did, however, get a ring on the 2007 World Championship team—albeit only playing in 12 games that year. But now, he will forever be the answer to the trivia...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Kevin Cash named Rays manager

The Tampa Bay Rays finally have named Joe Maddon’s replacement as manager – Indians bullpen coach Kevin Cash. Please welcome #Rays Manager Kevin Cash! Cash becomes the fifth skipper in club history. — Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) December 5, 2014 Cash turns 37 on Saturday, and is a two-time World Champion with the Red Sox and Yankees. He grew...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Tampa Bay Rays Hire Kevin Cash as New Manager

The extensive process to replace Joe Maddon has reportedly come to a conclusion for the Tampa Bay Rays. ESPN is reporting that the team has hired former MLB catcher Kevin Cash to be their new manager.  At just 37 years old and without a ton of coaching experience, Cash is an interesting option here. He served as the Cleveland Indians bench coach last season after taking on a role...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays hire Indians bullpen coach Kevin Cash as new manager

Over the past two seasons, the Cleveland Indians pitching staff has been a constant surprise. The development of starters like Corey Kluber, Ubaldo Jimenez, Carlos Carrasco and more have propelled the Tribe to back-to-back successful campaigns. Two of the unheralded coaches behind this success are pitching coach Mickey Callaway and bullpen coach Kevin Cash. Well, the surprise is...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers narrow managerial search to three

The Texas Rangers have narrowed their managerial search to three finalist. According to T.R. Sullivan the Rangers will choose between a trio that includes Tim Bogar, Jeff Banister and Kevin Cash. Ron Washington stepped down during the 2014 season allowing Bogar to serve as interim manager for the final 22 games. Bogar led the team to a 14-8 record. Bannister is currently the third...
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Rumors: Interviewing Kevin Cash among others

The Texas Rangers The Texas Rangers concluded a dismal 2014 season with record of 67-95, last in the American League West. Injuries plagued the Rangers all season, as only five position players appeared in over 120 games and no starter made 30 starts. With a staff ranked 28th in the Major Leagues in ERA, scenes like the one below with manager Ron Washington visiting the mound...
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October 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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