Entering his first season as the D-backs first base coach.
Spent the past two seasons managing the Pacific Coast Leagues Las Vegas 51s, the Los Angeles Dodgers AAA affiliate...led the 51s to a 74-69 record and second-place finish in the PCLs Pacific South Division in 2008.
Worked in the D-backs organization for four years (2003-06) as hitting coach for the El Paso Diablos (AA) in 2003 and the Tucson Sidewinders (AAA) from 2004-06 helped lead the Sidewinders to PCL and AAA Championships in 2006, guiding squad to a league-leading .289 batting average and 844 runs scored.
Served as the D-backs interim bench coach for the second half of the 2004 season.
Has also been on Major League coach staffs with the Florida Marlins (1998) and Colorado Rockies (1999).
Has served as a minor league manager for eight seasons, also managing in the Mexican Winter League, where he was twice named Manager of the Year...led team to championship and Carribean World Series this past season...is the first manager wo win championships with three different teams.
In eight seasons as a professional player, hit .318 with 135 home runs and 534 RBI in
the minor and Mexican leagues.
Charles Lorenzo Bundy...Resides in Tucson, Ariz., with his wife, Lupita, and daughter, Nicole...Attended Essex High School in Tappahannock, Va...Attended James Madison University, ending his collegiate career as the Dukes alltime home run leader with 36, currently third on the schools listhelped lead Dukes to NCAA regional play after winning Eastern College Athletic Conference Southern Division titles as team captain in 1980 and 1981, adding All-ECAC South selections named first-team All-East in 1981...Inducted into JMUs Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.