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Andy Green

Andy was named the Cubs major league bench coach, December 9, 2019, and is in his 10th season as a coach or manager following an 11-year playing career that saw him play in 140 major league contests with Arizona (2004-06) and the Mets (2009)...Managed the San Diego Padres from 2016-19, guiding the club to a 274-366 (.428) record...was hired by the club, October 29, 2015...Selected as a coach for the 2016 All-Star Game at Petco Park in San Diego...Was in the Diamondbacks organization as a minor league manager or coach from 2011-15...Graduated from the University of Kentucky with a finance degree...was college teammate of former Diamondbacks pitcher Brandon Webb ... earned First-Team GTE Academic All-American honors as a senior...Ranks as the Wildcats' career all-time leader in games (228), games started (225), at-bats (908), runs scored (199) and hits (277)...Graduated from Lexington Christian Academy in Lexington, Ky., in 1996 as his class valedictorian and Kentucky High School Athlete of the Year.


Andy rose from a Rookie League manager in 2011 to major league manager of the Padres in 2016...following nearly four full seasons as San Diego's manager (2016-19), joined the Cubs staff as bench coach this past offseason...Compiled a 274-366 (.428) managerial record with the Padres...Spent 2015 as third base coach for Arizona, his first year as a major league coach and his 12th and final season in the Diamondbacks organization...Was 219-188 (.538) in four seasons as manager in the Diamondbacks chain, 2011-14...Named the Southern League Manager of the Year in 2013-14 after leading Double-A Mobile to back-to-back postseason berths...Also named the "Best Manager Prospect in the Southern League" by Baseball America in both 2013 and 2014...Led Rookie League Missoula to the Pioneer League Championship in 2012.


Signed by Arizona as a 24th round selection in the 2000 Draft, Andy played parts of four major league seasons with the Diamondbacks (2004-06) and Mets (2009)...hit .200 (46-for-230) with seven doubles, one triple, two homers, 12 RBI and 33 runs scored in 140 games...In parts of 10 minor league seasons, hit .295 (984-for-3,340) with 229 doubles, 35 triples, 67 homers, 418 RBI, 578 runs scored and 126 steals to go along with a .375 OBP and .444 slugging percentage...Made his major league debut with Arizona, June 12, 2004, at Toronto as a pinch-runner...recorded his first career hit a couple days later on June 15, 2004, at the Yankees with a pinch-homer off Jose Contreras... Also played 18 games for the Nippon-Ham Fighters in the Japanese Pacific League in 2007...Named the 2005 Pacific Coast League MVP after hitting .343 (182-for-530) with 46 doubles, 13 triples, 19 homers, 80 RBI and 125 runs in 135 games for Triple-A Tucson...Selected by Baseball America as the California League's Best Defensive Second Baseman in 2002.