MIAMI — Tino Martinez resigned as the Miami Marlins’ hitting coach hours after complaints by players that he verbally abused them became public.
In one instance, Martinez acknowledged he angrily grabbed a player.
Martinez was in his first year as a professional coach this year. He sat in the dugout during Sunday’s 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, then met with Marlins officials...
The Miami Marlins are not a good baseball team. At the time of this post, the Marlins are the owners of the second-worst Major League baseball team with a .388 winning percentage. The main reason their record is a putrid as it is is their (lack of) offense. Their 328 runs scored is a whole 51 less than the second-worst White Sox. If you do the math and carry the one, the...
Miami Marlins hitting coach Tino Martinez resigned on Sunday, according to a report from Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. Martinez was Miami owner Jeffrey Loria's hand-picked choice for the job this offseason, and it was his first professional coaching job.
But a controversy soon erupted around Martinez, alleging that he was verbally and physically abusing players. The...
MIAMI (AP) Tino Martinez has resigned as the Miami Marlins' hitting coach after players complained he verbally abused them.
Martinez was in his first year as a professional coach. He met with Marlins officials after Sunday's win over the Pittsburgh Pirates and resigned.
Martinez apologized for his behavior, saying he got in trouble for comments to players he intended as...
Marlins hitting coach Tino Martinez, a former Yankee fan favorite, has been accused of physically and verbally abusing players. Read the alleged details here.
There was a time when Tino Martinez was certain that he would never coach.
It's not that he didn't want to, necessarily. It was more that the grind of baseball - travel, long days, late nights, time away from the family - had taken its toll over the course of 16 seasons in the major leagues.
''I said, `Never again,''' Martinez said. ''When I...
Via AP on Fox
February 28, 2013
Tino Martinez has been hired as the Miami Marlins' hitting coach and will work with new manager Mike Redmond.
Martinez, a first baseman in the majors for 16 years, has been a New York Yankees special assistant and worked an analyst for the YES Network. Martinez had a career average of .271 with 339 home runs for the Yankees, Mariners, Cardinals and Rays.
Redmond landed his...
Via AP on Fox
November 08, 2012
There’s one less option for the Red Sox to fill the role of hitting coach.
Earlier on Thursday, we reported that the Red Sox were eyeing former major league first baseman Tino Martinez to fill out their coaching staff. Well, Martinez has apparently chosen to take his talents to South Beach, agreeing to become the Marlins’ hitting coach, according to The Associated Press.
The Miami Marlins hired Tino Martinez as their hitting coach on Thursday to move closer to completing Mike Redmond’s staff. Martinez is a former star with the New York Yankees and had been working out of the front office and in the broadcast booth for the team in recent years. This will be Martinez’s first foray into professional coaching outside of being a special instruction...
The Red Sox could be looking at a former Yankee to turn around their fortunes.
ESPNBoston.com reports the Red Sox had preliminary talks with ex-Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez for the hitting coach vacancy.
A day earlier, Boston skipper John Farrell expressed interest in possibly hiring two hitting coaches. The candidates would be replacing Dave Magadan, who took the same position...