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Bobby Floyd
Infielder
Born: October 20, 1943 (1943-10-20) (age 66)
Hawthorne, California
Batted: Right Threw: Right 
MLB debut
September 18, 1968 for the Baltimore Orioles
Last MLB appearance
June 24, 1974 for the Kansas City Royals
Career statistics
Batting average     .219
Home runs     0
Runs batted in     26
Teams

Robert Nathan Floyd (born October 20, 1943 in Hawthorne, California) is an American former Major League Baseball player. An infielder, Floyd played for the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals.

After his MLB career, Floyd became a manager in Minor league baseball. In 1981, as a second year manager of the Lynn Sailors of the Eastern League, Floyd pitched four innings and allowed one run in a game. [1] What is unique about this is that Floyd had never played in a professional game six years prior to that game, nor had he ever pitched in a game throughout his professional playing career from 1964 to 1975.

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Preceded by
first manager
Bellingham Mariners Manager
1977
Succeeded by
Bob Didier
Preceded by
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Stockton Ports Manager
1978
Succeeded by
Lee Sigman
Preceded by
only season
Alexandria Mariners Manager
1978
Succeeded by
only season
Preceded by
first manager
Lynn Sailors Manager
1980-1981
Succeeded by
Mickey Bowers
Preceded by
Moose Stubing
Salt Lake City Gulls Manager
1982-1984
Succeeded by
last manager
Preceded by
first manager
Calgary Cannons Manager
1985
Succeeded by
Bill Plummer
Preceded by
Chuck Hiller
Kingston Mets Manager
1987-1988
Succeeded by
Jim Eschen
Preceded by
John Stearns
New York Mets Bench Coach
2001
Succeeded by
Tom Robson
Preceded by
John Gibbons
Tidewater Tides Manager
2002-2003
Succeeded by
John Stearns
Preceded by
Don Baylor
New York Mets Bench Coach
2004
Succeeded by
Sandy Alomar Sr
Preceded by
Gary Carter
Gulf Coast League Mets Manager
2006
Succeeded by
Juan Lopez
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