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Jackie Spencer Moore, a former professional baseball catcher, manager, and coach, was born in the United States.
His birthday was on February 19, 1939. He was the base coach for the Texas Rangers for around 12 years under five different administrations.
He spent 32 years as a coach for eight Major League Baseball (MLB) teams and several teams in other big leagues.
Jackie Moore has a net worth of $1-5 million as of 2022.
Details on his annual income are unavailable.
Jackie Moore was 6 ft (183 cm) tall.
Jackie Moore is 83 as of 2022, for he was born on February 19, 1939.
Jackie Moore was born in Florida and got his primary education in the same place. Moore, at just 18, signed up with the Tigers as an amateur free agent in 1957 after completing his studies at Bellaire High School in Houston, Texas. He played outfield for the Montgomery Rebels when he began his minor league career in 1957, but in 1958 he switched positions and spent the rest of his playing career as a catcher.
Moore is a married person. His wife's name is Joana. He also has two sons with her.
He is best known as a professional baseball player and baseball coach for Texas Rangers. In addition to managing the Oakland Athletics from 1984-1986, Moore spent part of one season as the Detroit Tigers' third-string catcher in 1965. He only had 53 at-bats in his brief MLB career, batting just .094. He played catcher for the Triple-A Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League in 1967 while a member of the Boston Red Sox organization, and he then ended his playing career.
With an 83-57 record in his team's debut season, he was named 'Manager of the Year' after leading them to the Texas League championship. He followed that up by winning the league in 2001-2002 and the division in 2003-2004. The Express was promoted to Triple-A in the Pacific Coast League in 2005. Moore led them as manager through 2007 and after winning a divisional championship in 2006. He also got the World Series Champion award in the year 1990.
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