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December 14, 2006 December 14, 2006

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Sharks Name Ferguson Skipper: The Camden Riversharks have named former big leaguer Joe Ferguson as their manager, replacing the ousted Wayne Krenchicki, who landed in Newark this week.

The team also announced that Brad Strauss will remain a coach. More to follow. – Scott Stanchak

NOTE: The team has yet to name a pitching coach, haven’t really heard too much on this one. I’d assume you’ll see the spot filled by either a former Rivershark or someone with ties to Ferguson. – MA

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1. Fausto Gabon - December 14, 2006

Isn’t he the guy who invented (or at least popularized) the throat flap that catchers wear below the mask, having taken a busted bat in the neck?

Reason alone to hire the guy!

2. Jeff - December 14, 2006

I like Joe Ferguson selected as manager of the Sharks. It brings some new experience into the league, especially with big leaguer and minor league coaching experience. A fresh look at things never hurts. It will be inetresting to watch Joe the first month or two of the season, to get a feel for his coaching style and tendencies. Looking forward to 2007.

3. Chuckerd58 - December 15, 2006

I believe Ferguson was the catcher for the Dodgers when Henry Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s homerun record.

4. Barnstorming - December 15, 2006

i though steve yeager inveted that after a broken bat stuck him in thy neck

5. Fausto Gabon - December 15, 2006

Sorry, I stand corrected. Joe Ferguson was the Bills quarterback before Jim Kelly, right?


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