The Indians couldn't afford to pay B.J. Ryan's asking price on the free agent market last winter.…
Newcomer Bogar Leads Aeros To Title
Last year, in his second year of managing in the Astros' organization, he led the Class A Lexington Legends to an 82-57 record. In his rookie season, he led short-season Greenville to a 41-26 record and was named the Appalachian League Manager of the Year. When the Indians elevated minor league manager Luis Rivera, who was at Kinston in 2005, to the major league coaching staff, it opened a managerial spot at Class AA, where Torey Lovullo had been in 2005. Lovullo was promoted to Class AAA Buffalo, which had a vacancy when Marty Brown went off to Japan to manage. Unlike many of the Tribe's current minor league managers and coaches, Bogar spent no time in the Indians organization during his 15-year playing career. He did become friends with several coaches and front office personnel during the numerous games the Indians and Astros minor league clubs played during spring training and in the regular season in 2004-05. He could have returned to the Astros at the Class A level this...
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