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Buck Showalter got his start in baseball as a junior college player at Chipola College in Marianna, Florida and eventually transferred to Mississippi State University where he earned All-American honors after setting a school record by posting a .459 batting average during the 1977 season. After his senior year he was selected in the fifth round by the New York Yankees and spent seven seasons in the Bronx Bombers’ minor league system before choosing to pursue a career in coaching at the professional level. In 1985 he joined the Yankees organization as the manager of their Single A affiliate Oneonta Yankees and led them to 114 victories in two seasons before being promoted to manage their Double A affiliate. In 1989 he was named Manager of the Year by Baseball America and was eventually named the Yankees manager in 1992. During his four years as the Yankees manager he won 313 games and earned AL Manager of the Year honors in 1995. He’s was named manager of the expansion Arizona Diamondbacks and led the club for their first three seasons. Largely due to his building efforts, the Yankees and Diamondbacks won championships the season after Showalter left the clubs. He also managed the Texas Rangers and served as a baseball analyst at ESPN before his longest managerial tenure with the Baltimore Orioles. He spent nine seasons with the club, making three playoff appearances and winning his third AL Manager of the Year Award.
Disclaimer: AthleteSpeakers assists companies seeking to hire talent like Buck Showalter for speaking engagements, virtual meetings, appearances, product endorsements, and business sanctions. Our speakers bureau does not claim to exclusively represent Buck Showalter. Our booking agency can help with finding an athlete or sports celebrity that aligns with your upcoming events date, location, and budget. When an organization request booking details for a celebrity like Buck Showalter, we work closely with the client to make sure the proposed dates does not interfere with the requested athletes schedule. We then confirm the sports celebrity fee based on the details of the request. The fees listed on the speaker profile are rough estimates based on the previous market rate for the talent. Our team then works with Buck Showalter's agent, manager or assistant on the booking request. For parties interested in hiring Buck Showalter, we recommend filling out the booking request form so our booking agents can help with making your next event a success.
Contact Athlete Speakers today at 800-916-6008 to book Buck Showalter for a virtual event, virtual meeting, virtual appearance, virtual keynote speaking engagement, webinar, video conference or Zoom meeting. The booking agents at Athlete Speakers work to get you the best price for your desired sports personality.
Athlete Speakers is a leader when it comes to booking virtual events in the sports world. Since 1999, we have built close relationships with top athletes, agents, publicists and managers. We assist all types of companies as well as event planners with booking athletes like Buck Showalter for these virtual engagements. Companies continue to turn to Athlete Speakers to get Buck Showalter’s latest virtual speaking fee, appearance cost and schedule availability.