12 Facts About Craig Albernaz


Craig Francis Albernaz was born on October 30,1982 and is an American professional baseball bullpen and catching coach for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball.

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Craig Albernaz attended Somerset Berkley Regional High School in Somerset, Massachusetts.

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Craig Albernaz attended Eckerd College, where he played college baseball as a pitcher and catcher.

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Craig Albernaz was undrafted out of college and signed with the Tampa Bay Rays as a free agent in 2006.

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Craig Albernaz played as a catcher in the Rays organization from 2006 through 2013.

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Craig Albernaz spent his final season in 2014 in the Detroit Tigers organization.

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Craig Albernaz served as a coach for the Princeton Rays in the Appalachian League in 2015 and for the Hudson Valley Renegades in the New York-Penn League in 2016.

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Craig Albernaz started the 2017 season as the third base and catching coach of the Durham Bulls in the International League, before serving as the manager of Hudson Valley.

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Craig Albernaz served as the Bowling Green Hot Rods manager in the Midwest League in 2018.

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Craig Albernaz was named the 2018 Midwest League Manager of the Year.

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Craig Albernaz spent the 2019 season as one of the Rays minor league field coordinators.

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On December 11,2019, Craig Albernaz was hired by the San Francisco Giants as their bullpen and catching coach.

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