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Clayton McCullough

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Manager

Northweset League
 
Background

Employment History

  • Catcher
    East Carolina University
  • Catcher for the Pirates
    East Carolina University
  • Assistant Baseball Coach
    East Carolina University
  • Blue Jays
  • Skipper
    Lansing Lugnuts
  • Manager
    Lansing Lugnuts
  • Manager
    Bobby Mattick Award
  • Hitting Coach
    Pulaski
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Web References
Clayton McCullough (right) ...
www.vancourier.com, 4 Sept 2012 [cached]
Clayton McCullough (right) was named Northweset League manager of the year. As the Vancouver Canadians prepared to leave for Everett for Game 2 of the West Division playoff series Sept. 4, McCullough chatted with players.
Clayton McCullough (right) was named Northweset League manager of the year. As the Vancouver Canadians prepared to leave for Everett for Game 2 of the West Division playoff series Sept. 4, McCullough chatted with players.
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"First of all, they were aggressive," Vancouver manager Clayton McCullough said about the pitchers who faced elimination down the stretch as the C's maintained the slightest of advantages.
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When the developing ballplayers -- most of them far from their own families in a foreign city where some don't speak the language -- keep their cool in front of 4,698 hometown fans at Scotiabank Field, McCullough recognizes the success of more than just a playoff win.
"You look at what the kid is like when they first get here at the beginning of the year or, for some kids, in the middle of the year. You hope that, at this point in the year, they're much better players," he said.
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"The mature kid, the kid who can handle himself away from the field and also understand that when he comes here it's about taking care of busines at the field, those kids, they develop quicker but for some it takes longer," said McCullough.
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A positive drug test is unfortunate anytime it happens and organizations go to great lengths to educate their players, said McCullough.
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At the end of August, McCullough was named NWL manager of the year. A member of Toronto Blue Jays organization since 2007, last year he was named the best manager of the Florida State League in his second campaign with Dunedin single-A ball club.
The numbers, score sheets and stats will only speak so much for a young prospect, he says, and the managers in Toronto consider what the manager in Vancouver has to say about athletes within the Blue Jays system.
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Born in North Carolina, McCullough, 32, was drafted to Seattle Mariners in 1998. His father, Howard, is a long-time scout with the Arizona Diamondbacks. McCullough was a catcher for the Pirates at East Carolina University where he studied in communications and was then drafted but the Cleveland Indians, this time in the 22nd round. As a rookie with the Burlington Indians, now the Royals and no longer affiliated with Cleveland, McCullough batted .278 with three doubles and eight RBI. In three seasons, he moved up and down the Indians organization but didn't suit up for a major league game.
The Canadians club, said McCullough, is the best he's worked thanks to involved owners and good leadership. Plus, he said, his job is on-field decisions are made easier by pitching coach Jim Czajkowski and batting coach Dave Pano.
"Those guys put in the work as well as the players," said McCullough.
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Clayton McCullough (right) was named Northweset League manager of the year. As the Vancouver Canadians prepared to leave for Everett for Game 2 of the West Division playoff series Sept. 4, McCullough chatted with players.
Clayton McCullough (right) was named Northweset League manager of the year. As the Vancouver Canadians prepared to leave for Everett for Game 2 of the West Division playoff series Sept. 4, McCullough chatted with players.
Lansing Lugnuts :: Press Box
www.lansinglugnuts.com, 13 Oct 2008 [cached]
Clayton McCullough will return for his second season at the helm for Lansing, after leading the Lugnuts to a 75-65 record and a first-half championship. Joining McCullough will be returning hitting coach Justin Mashore, new pitching coach Antonio Caceres, and third-year trainer Bob Tarpey.
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McCullough, 28, will resume the role as manager in Lansing after leading the Lugnuts last season, which was just his second as a skipper. Under his guidance, the Lugnuts were able to capture the Eastern Division's first-half championship and made their 10th playoff appearance in 13 seasons. McCullough also won the Bobby Mattick Award following the 2008 season, which is given to recognize excellence in player development for the Blue Jays organization.
Before managing, McCullough spent time in the Jays organization as the hitting coach for Pulaski in 2006 and as a volunteer coach at East Carolina University. The Greenville, North Carolina native was a 22nd round selection of the Cleveland Indians in 2002 as a catcher. He played four seasons in the Indians organization before joining the Blue Jays.
"I am very excited about the opportunity to come back to Lansing," McCullough said.
News and Notes from East Carolina, Conference USA and Beyond
www.gopirates.com, 28 Jan 2007 [cached]
McCullough will manage in Gulf Coast League
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The Toronto Blue Jays have announced that former East Carolina catcher Clayton McCullough will manage the Blue Jays' rookie league team in the Gulf Coast League.
The Gulf Coast League has a 10-week schedule from late June to the end of August.McCullough was hitting coach last season for Pulaski, Toronto's former affiliate in the Appalachian League.
McCullough spent time as a volunteer coach at ECU prior to coaching in Toronto's system.McCullough is a former catcher in the Cleveland organization and he spent time as Toronto's interim bullpen catcher for part of the '06 season.
Big-time rivals: North State, Tar Heel battle for title
www.reflector.com, 7 April 2006 [cached]
"Tar Heel would always come through and just pound North State," said East Carolina University assistant baseball coach Clayton McCullough, who played in the Tar Heel League.
BlueJayFever.com - TorontoSportsFever
www.bluejayfever.com, 21 Oct 2012 [cached]
Clayton McCullough Manager Lansing Lugnuts
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