MANAGING/COACHING CAREER: Named Phillies third base coach on Oct. 8, 2013, his second stint on the team's coaching staff...Spent four years (2009-12) as the Phillies bench coach...Served as a coach on the 2009 and 2010 NL All-Star teams...Spent the 2008 and 2013 seasons as a pro scout for NYY...Hired by CIN as the major league advance scout on Feb. 16, 2006 and was named interim manager on Jul. 1, 2007 to replace Jerry Narron; at the time of his hiring, CIN had the worst record in the Majors...During his tenure as manager, CIN had the second-best record in the NL Central, including five series sweeps...Was named interim manager for PIT on Sept. 6, 2005 to replace Lloyd McClendon...Spent seven seasons as a major league coach for MTL (third base coach, 1997-2000) and PIT (bench coach, 2003-05)...Managed in the Minor Leagues for 13 years; had 917 wins and won league championships in 1995 (Ottawa, International League) and 2002 (Lynchburg, Carolina League)...Won The Sporting News' 1995 Minor League Manager of the Year award...Was a coach for the NL squads in the 1989 and 1996 Triple-A All-Star Games...During the 1988-89 winter season led Zulia to the Venezuelan League and Caribbean Series championships; also managed Zulia in 2004-05...Managed in the Dominican Winter League, 1995-96 (San Pedro de Macoris) and in the Puerto Rican Winter League, 1997-98 (Santurce) and 2000-01 (Ponce)...Spent three years (1990-92) as a minor league manager for CIN at Nashville (AAA) and led the club to the Eastern Division championship in 1990...Was a minor league coordinator for CHI in 1987.
PLAYING CAREER: Selected by the Washington Senators in the fourth round of the June 1969 draft...Had two 100-RBI seasons in the Minor Leagues (1974, 1978)...Traded by TEX to MTL, along with Don Stanhouse (p), for Willie Davis (of ) on Dec. 5, 1974...Claimed off waivers by the Phillies on Sept. 5, 1978...Traded to the Twins for Paul Thormodsgard (p) on Dec. 7, 1979.
PERSONAL: Peter Mackanin Jr. (pronounced muh-CAN-in)... Married Nancy Quinn (Oct. 9, 1976); one son, Shane (Oct. 14,78)... 1969 graduate of Brother Rice High School (Chicago)... Attended the University of Illinois.