MANAGING AND COACHING CAREER
Bundy begins his seventh season in the Dodger organization and joins the Dodgers' Major League staff as third base coach after managing Triple-A Albuquerque for the last three seasons…under Bundy, the Isotopes went 225-206 (.522) and tied a franchise record with 80 wins in 2012, when he was honored as the Pacific Coast League's Manager of the Year…overall, the 55-year-old has managed 12 seasons in the minors in the Expos (1990-94), Marlins (1997) and Dodger organizations (2007-08, 2010-2013) and the 2014 season will mark Bundy's fourth time serving on a big league coaching staff after working as the Marlins' bench coach (1998), the Rockies' bullpen coach (1999) and the Diamondbacks' bench coach (2004) and first base coach (2009)…Bundy managed six seasons in the Dodger organization. Bundy previously managed Triple-A Las Vegas from 2007-08 and the Rookie-level AZL Dodgers in 2010. Overall, he has accumulated a 753-774 record in 12 seasons as a minor league manager in the Montreal (1990-94), Florida (1997) and Los Angeles organizations...guided Bradenton to the Gulf Coast League Southern Division title in 1990 and has also managed in the Mexican Winter League, where he was named Manager of the Year three times and has won three league championships…he began his coaching career as a player/coach with Jacksonville in 1989 and was also employed as a coach in the Marlins (1995-96), Rockies (2000-02) and Red Sox (2002) minor league systems.
Bundy played eight professional seasons from 1981-89 with stints in the Texas, Pittsburgh and Montreal organizations in addition to playing in the Mexican League after he was originally selected by Baltimore in the 22nd round of the 1977 draft. He hit .318 with 135 home runs and 534 RBI in the Minor Leagues and the Mexican League.
Lorenzo Bundy and his wife of 23 years, Maria Guadalupe (Lupita), live in Tucson, AZ, and have a 20-year-old daughter named Nicole, who is a junior at the University of Arizona…Bundy has a bachelor's degree in communications from James Madison University (1982), where he is tied for third all-time in home runs (36).