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Mike Harkey
2008 Yankees Bullpen Coach

1986 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster Statistics Results Schedule

Position Starting Pitcher
Out of CS-Fullerton
Born October 25, 1966
Birthplace Pomona, CA
Prep Ganesha HS
MLB Debut September 5, 1988

1986 Roster | Mike Weathers Larry Corrigan Rick VanderHook Rick Oliver | Bret Barberie Jeff Barry Jim Bennett Miah Bradbury Chris Donnels Jim Doyle Steve Dunn Paul Faries Carl Fraticelli Reuben Gonzalez Bob Hamelin Mike Hamm Mike Harkey Steve Hecht Jon Hulsof Kyle Irvin Joey James Jeff Kidwiler Mark Kister Matt Laiolo Chris Lauria Tony Lewis Doug Linton Brian Lohman Jim Long Brent Mayne Jim McAnany Steve Mrowka Al Osuna Stacey Parker Lee Plemel David Poss Tim Raley Dan Rohrmeier Mike Ross Gene Roumimper Dan Rumsey Darryl Scott John Sipple Dave Sturdivant Tom Weeks Mike Wilkins Scott Wright Eddie Zosky | All-Time Roster All-Time Lineups

Harkey begins his first season as the Marlins bullpen coach, after six years as a minor league pitching coach in the San Diego Padres organization...Served as the pitching coach for the San Diego Padres Double-A affiliate Mobile Bears in 2005... Began his coaching career with the Padres in 2000, alternating between Single-A California League teams in Rancho Cucamonga (2000) and Lake Elsinore (2002, 2004), and Fort Wayne (2001, 2003) of the Midwest League.

Playing Career:
In 11 professional seasons (eight at the Major League level with Cubs, Rockies, Athletics, Angels, Dodgers), Harkey posted a 36-36 record with a 4.49 ERA in 131 career games...In 1990, Harkey was named the Sporting News NL Rookie of the Year, after posting a 12-6 record with a 3.26 ERA in 27 starts in his first full season in the Majors...Made his Major League debut on September 5, 1988, at the age of 21...Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 18th round in 1984 but decided to attended Cal-State Fullerton, where he earned All-American honorshe then became the Chicago Cubs' first pick (fourth overall) in 1987.

Personal:
Michael Anthony Harkey and his wife, Nikki, have three children, Michael Jr., a future member of the Utah State University football team, Cory, and daughter, Miani...Graduated from Ganesha High School in Ponoma, CA.


 

    

1986 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster Statistics Results Schedule

PITCHING STATISTICS

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