On the eve of the 2010 Major League Baseball playoffs, the Nashville Sounds turned their attention to next season.
Don Money, who has led the Sounds to a 152-136 record in two seasons, will return for his third season as manager, the team announced Tuesday.
The 63-year-old former Major League player has spent 13 years as a minor league manager for the Milwaukee Brewers, the Sounds’ parent organization. His career record is 892-916 an his 152 victories is sixth-most in Nashville history.
Nashville was 77-67 in 2010. That was good for fourth in the Pacific Coast League’s Northern Division but fifth-best in the entire PCL.
The Sounds also announced that Money’s entire staff – coach Sandy Guerrero, pitching coach Rich Gale, trainer Dave Yeager, and strength and conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick – will remain unchanged.