Jack Hiatt

Jack Hiatt, a former Giants player, enter his 56th season in professional baseball, 25th with the San Francisco Giants, currently serving in his 9th year as a Senior Advisor to Player Personnel after retiring from his longtime position as the clubís Director of Player Development. He works closely with Bobby Evans on minor league evaluations and recommendations. Hiatt also spent two seasons as the Roving Catching Instructor/ Assistant Player Development Director and one campaign (1988) as the manager of the Giantsí rookie league club in Pocatello, ID. A catcher and first baseman during his playing days, Hiatt played for the Angels, Giants, Expos, Cubs and Astros during a career that included 483 games from 1964-72. Prior to joining the Giantsí player development staff, Hiatt worked as a coach and manager in the Cubs, Angels and Astros organizations, including a stint as a Major League coach with Chicago in 1981.

Hiatt and his wife, Sherlyn, reside in Roseburg, OR.

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