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Steve Mintz Pitcher Born: November 24, 1968 (1968-11-24) (age 42) Wilmington, North Carolina Batted: Left Threw: Right  MLB debut May 18, 1995 for the San Francisco Giants Last MLB appearance October 2, 1999 for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Career statistics Win-Loss     1-2 Earned run average     6.66 Strikeouts     9 Teams San Francisco Giants (1995) Anaheim Angels (1999) Stephen Wayne Mintz (born November 24, 1968 in Wilmington, North Carolina) is a retired pitcher and current pitching coach in the Minnesota Twins organization. Contents 1 Playing career 2 Coaching career 3 References 4 External links Playing career Mintz was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 17th round of the 1990 amateur draft, and made his Major League debut for the rival San Francisco Giants May 18, 1995. Over 14 appearances, he was 1-2 with a 7.45 earned run average. After four seasons in the Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations, he made three appearances with the Anaheim Angels during the 1999 season. Mintz played his first professional season with the Dodgers' Class A (Short Season) Yakima Bears in 1990, and his last with Anaheim's Triple-A Salt Lake Stingers in 2001.[1] Coaching career Upon his retirement from pitching mid-way through the 2001 season, he spent the second-half of the season as pitching coach for the Angels' short-season minor league teams. His first job in the Twins organization was with the Gulf Coast League Twins from 2002 through 2005. From there, he was promoted to pitching coach for the Midwest League Beloit Snappers. After two seasons with the Snappers, Mintz was promoted again; this time, to the Double-A New Britain Rock Cats.[2] For 2009, he replaces Eric Rasmussen as pitching coach of the Twins' Florida State League advanced A affiliate, the Fort Myers Miracle.[3] References ^ "Baseball Almanac". http://www.baseball-almanac.com/players/player.php?p=mintzst01. Retrieved 2008-01-10.  ^ "New Britain Rock Cats". http://rockcats.com/. Retrieved 2008-07-10.  ^ "Fort Myers Miracle". http://miraclebaseball.com/. Retrieved 2009-04-10.  External links Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube v · d · ePacific Coast League MVP Award 1927: O'Doul | 1928: none | 1929: none | 1930: none | 1931: none | 1932: Statz | 1933: Newsom | 1934: Demaree | 1935: J. DiMaggio | 1936: Ludolph | 1937: Garibaldi | 1938: Hutchinson | 1939: D. DiMaggio | 1940: Archie | 1941: Terry | 1942: Pafko | 1944: Scarsella | 1945: Joyce | 1946: Scarsella | 1947: Lupien | 1948: Graham | 1949: Noren | 1950: Metkovich | 1951: Rivera | 1952: Lindell | 1953: Long | 1954: J. Phillips | 1955: Bilko | 1956: Bilko | 1957: Bilko | 1958: Averill | 1959: Hall | 1960: Davis | 1961: D. Phillips | 1962: Gonder | 1963: Cowan | 1964: Pérez | 1965: Roberts | 1966: Josephson | 1967: Joseph | 1968: Hicks | 1969: Doyle | 1970: Valentine | 1971: Hutton | 1972: Paciorek | 1973: none | 1974: Robson | 1975: none | 1976: none | 1977: none | 1978: none | 1979: none | 1980: Lewallyn | 1981: Marshall | 1982: Kittle | 1983: McReynolds | 1984: Sánchez | 1985: Tartabull | 1986: Pyznarski | 1987: Campbell | 1988: Alomar | 1989: Alomar | 1990: Offerman | 1991: Martinez | 1992: Salmon | 1993: Mouton | 1994: Ashley | 1995: Wall | 1996: Mintz | 1997: Konerko | 1998: Hatcher | 1999: Murray | 2000: Ortiz | 2001: Hiatt | 2002: Quinlan | 2003: Koonce | 2004: Johnson | 2005: Green | 2006: McClain | 2007: Soto | 2008: Cruz | 2009: Ruiz | 2010: Arencibia Persondata Name Mintz, Steve Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 24, 1968 Place of birth Wilmington, North Carolina Date of death Place of death