Bamberger, George Irvin

Born: Aug 01, 1923 AD
Died: 2004 AD, at 80 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Baseball Player, Coach

1923 - Born on the 1st of August in Staten Island, New York.


1946 - The right-hander spent most of his career in the minors, in the Pacific Coast League.


1951-1952 - Baseball pitcher for the New York Giants.


1959 - He played as pitcher in Baltimore Orioles.


1963 - Retired as a player-coach in the minor leagues and became the Orioles' minor-league pitching instructor.


1968 - He was pitching coach for the Orioles.


1978-1980 - Bamberger led the Brewers to their first winning.


1980 - Bamberger suffered a heart attack in Arizona and had heart bypass surgery.


1981 - He took on a new job with the Brewers as coordinator of player development.


1982-1983 - Bamberger managed the New York Mets.


1984 - Bamberger had enough of New York and resigned as manager.


1985-1986 - He was the manager of the Milwaukee Brewers.


2004 - He died on 4th of April because of cancer at his home in North Redington Beach, Florida.




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