January 26, 2015
Phil Nevin, Chip Hale and Bob Gebhard
Reno Aces Hot Stove Luncheon
This program will be a baseball discussion led by Aces radio broadcaster Ryan Radtke and a panel comprised of Reno Aces Manager Phil Nevin, Arizona Diamondbacks Manager Chip Hale and Arizona Diamondbacks Vice President/Special Assistant to the GM Bob Gebhard.
Phil Nevin was named the second manager in Reno Aces history in November of 2013. He guided the Aces to a Pacific Coast League-best 81-63 record and a berth to the Pacific Coast League Championship Series in his first year at the helm in 2014. The 81 wins tied the 2012 franchise record for most wins in a season.
Chip Hale was named the Arizona Diamondbacks manager on October 13, 2014. The seventh manager in team history, Hale has 28 years of professional baseball experience comprised of 16 seasons in a managerial/coaching capacity. Hale spent ten seasons in the D-backs organization from 2000-09, including the final three seasons as the D-backs Third Base & Infield Coach from 2007-09.
Bob Gebhard enters his 11th season with the Diamondbacks in 2015 as the Vice President & Special Assistant to the General Manager. In 2012, Gebhard received the Roland Hemond Award from the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) in recognition of his contributions to the community of professional scouts.
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