Name: Pete Mackanin
Date of birth: 1/8/1951
Height: 188 cm (6 feet, 2 inch)
Place of birth: Chicago, Illinois
Current team: Philadelphia Phillies
Position: Bench Coach
Major League Baseball debut: July 3, 1973 for the Texas Rangers
The bench coach for Philadelphia Phillies in Major League baseball, Pete Mackanin was born on August 1, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois. Mackanin is quite an impressive and experience personality for the task assigned to him. Under his superb guidance, the team has improved a lot. In professional baseball, he has been associated with any team in Major League baseball for 36 years. In professional baseball league system, he has played for Texas Rangers, Montreal Expos, Philadelphia Phillies and Minnesota Twins. For Philadelphia Phillies, Mackanin wears shirt no. 22.
Right from his childhood, he was inspired by the game of baseball. He studied at Brother Rice School Chicago, Illinois and played his early career baseball games representing his school team where he was considered to be a good baseball player and due to his potentials he was considered to be a future star. After proven to be the best in the college team, Mackanin was selected by Washington Senators II in 4th Round (71st overall) of 1969 amateur entry draft. Later he played professionally in the minor league and started to climb the ladder, and it was a dream came true when he was called to join the main team in the Majors on July 3, 1973 for the Texas Rangers.
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