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November 9, 2010

Dave Trembley takes job with Atlanta Braves

Five months after being fired by the Orioles, former manager and baseball lifer Dave Trembley has landed the minor league field coordinator position with the Atlanta Braves, according to an industry source.

He is also expected to supervise the instruction of coaches and players throughout the Braves’ organization.

Trembley, who has been out of work since he was fired by the Orioles on June 3, could not be reached for comment.

Trembley, 59, spent eight years with the Orioles organization, including nearly three full years as manager, before he was dismissed after the team started 2010 with a 15-39 record and was buried in last in the American League East.

In parts of four seasons as manager, Trembley’s Orioles posted a 187-283 (.398 winning percentage) record. He spent more than two decades in the minors, mostly as a manager, before being promoted to the big leagues in 2007 as the Orioles’ bullpen coach.

Trembley worked part of that season as bench coach when Tom Trebelhorn was on personal leave and then was named the team’s interim manager when Sam Perlozzo was fired June 18.

Throughout his baseball career, Trembley, a former high school teacher and coach, has been known for his ability to relate to and instruct young players.

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Posted by Dan Connolly at 5:45 PM | | Comments (7)
        

Comments

A class organization gets a class guy...

i met dave trembley about a month ago at the charlotte airport, ha said he was going to see his mom in watertown, ny. what a nice man, a real class act, best of luck mr. trembley.

This guy is one of the most underrated coaches, his start 15-39 was without 2 of his star players and the second lowest payroll in mlb. Outstanding man and if given the right opportunities with a good organization he will succeed.

I am so happy for Dave. What a nice man. He is one of the few good guys left. the Braves are fortunate to have him on their minor league team instructing these young guys. Congrats Dave.

Congrats to Dave. Glad to he landed with a good organization.

I was really hoping the O's would've resigned to some kind capacity within the organization. I really felt bad for the guy as the O's manager. He was in way over head, but you could tell he was putting his heart into it. I hope the best for him, he is a true professional

Congrats to Dave. Glad to hear to he landed with a good orginization. Best of luck Dave!

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A Baltimore native, Dan Connolly has been covering sports for 14 years, and baseball and the Orioles for 10 seasons, including the past six with The Sun. His first year covering baseball on a daily basis was Cal Ripken Jr.'s final season as a player. It's believed that is just a coincidence.

Steve Gould is an assistant sports editor for The Sun, overseeing Orioles coverage. The Columbia native joined The Sun as a sports copy editor in 2006 after graduating from the University of Maryland.

Peter Schmuck has been covering baseball for a lot longer than Steve Gould has been on this earth. He is now a general sports columnist, but has been a beat writer covering three major league teams (the Dodgers, Angels and Orioles) and also spent a decade as the Sun's national baseball writer. If you want more of his insight on the Orioles and other sports issues, check out his personal blog -- The Schmuck Stops Here.


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