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Switched back to third base coach for 2016 after spending three seasons (2013-15) as first base coach...Originally hired by the Phillies as third base coach for the 2011 season...Spent the final 6 weeks of the 2013 season as third base coach to accommodate Ryne Sandberg's move to interim manager...Has served as the outfield instructor since joining the Phillies and was baserunning instructor from 2012-15...In his first season with the Phillies, the outfielders were tied for the 3rd-fewest errors (12) in the NL...Spent 4 seasons (2007-10) as 3rd base coach and infield instructor for BAL...Went 17-34 as interim manager for BAL in 2010 following the dismissal of Dave Trembley...Led Binghamton (AA) to a 2nd-place finish in the Eastern League in 2006 with a 70-69 (.504) record in his first season as a manager...Served 7 years (1999-2005) with DET as first base coach (1999-2002) and third base coach (2002-05); was moved to third base six games into the 2002 season...Was third base coach for the 2013 World Baseball Classic champions Team Dominican Republic


Played 16 major league seasons after being signed by the Phillies as an amateur free agent on Apr. 20, 1980...Made his ML debut in 1983 with the Phillies and played in both the NLCS and World Series...Three-time NL All-Star (1984, 1987, 1991)...Named The Sporting News Rookie of the Year in 1984 and finished 2nd in BBWAA voting to Dwight Gooden, after leading the NL in triples (19) and finishing 2nd in SB (72)...Set a then-NL record with 701 at-bats in 1984, which was also a major league record for a right-handed hitter...Became the first player in NL history to reach a quadruple double in each of his first four major league seasons...Holds the Phillies record for most SB in a season (72 in 1984) in the modern era (since 1900)...Ranks eighth in Phillies history in SB (249) and ninth in triples (71)...For the decade of the 1980s, ranks third among all Phillies in AVG (.263), OBP (.310), SLG (.439), AB (3503), runs (523), hits (921), doubles (176), HR (100), RBI (413) and total bases (1539), trailing Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt and Von Hayes in each category.


Juan Milton Samuel… Has three children: daughters Alexa and Noemy, and a son, Samuel… Was enshrined on the Phillies Wall of Fame in 2008 and inducted into the Reading Phillies Hall of Fame in 2004… In 2015, was inducted into the San Pedro de Macoris Hall of Fame in the Dominican Republic.

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