Jack Hiatt

Jack Hiatt, a former Giants player, enters his 56th season in professional and 25th with the San Francisco Giants, currently serving as a Special Assistant to General Manager Bobby Evans. In his role, Hiatt works closely with Evans on minor league evaluations and recommendations.

Hiatt had previously worked as a Senior Advisor to Player Personnel after retiring from his longtime position as the club's Director of Player Development. Hiatt also spent two seasons as the Roving Catching Instructor/Assistant Player Development Director and one campaign (1988) as the manager of the Giants' 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 Giants' 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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