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David Allen Miley (born April 3, 1962 in Tampa, Florida)
is a former baseball player and manager.
Miley was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the second round of
the 1980 Major League Baseball
Draft out of George D. Chamberlain
High School. Miley played in the minor
leagues in the Reds organization from 1980 to 1987, without
making it to the major leagues.
From 1988 through 2002, Miley managed in the Reds minor league
system. In 1988, Miley managed the Greensboro
Hornets of the South Atlantic League. In 1989
and 1990, he managed the Cedar Rapids Reds
of the Midwest
League. In 1991, he managed the Charleston
Wheelers of the South Atlantic League. In 1992,
he managed the Nashville Sounds of the American
Association. He served as the bench coach for the Reds in 1993.
In 1995, he managed the Chattanooga Lookouts of the Southern League. From 1996
to 1999, he managed the Indianapolis Indians of the
American Association and International League. From 2000 to
2003, he managed the Louisville Bats of the International
League, winning the Governor's Cup Championship in 2001.
Miley managed the Reds from 2003 to 2005. In his three seasons
as manager, the Reds compiled a 125–164 record. He was fired
half-way through the 2005 season and replaced by Jerry Narron.
Miley joined the New York Yankees organization in 2006,
managing the Columbus Clippers. He remained with
the Yankees when they moved their Triple-A affiliation, managing the
Miley won International League Manager of the Year in the 2007
season. In 2008, Miley led the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees to
their first Governor's Cup Championship.
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