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Who Should Replace Denbo As Yankees Farm Director?

Pat McMahon is one option the Yankees have for replacing Gary Denbo (Robert M. Pimpsner)

Pat McMahon

McMahon has been with the Yankees since the 2008 season when he managed the Staten Island Yankees of the NY-Penn League.  From 2009-2016 he served as the Director of International Player Development and this past season as the Assistant Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator.

In 2014 McMahon interviewed for the Vice President of Player Development job that eventually went to Denbo.  He is well-liked by players in the organization and served as the college coach for several of the Yankees minor league coaches including Director of Dominican Republic Operations Mario Garza and hitting guru Ty Hawkins.  McMahon has a proven track record of developing players and his experience working with some of the Yankees top international talent the past several years could be a huge advantage for him.

McMahon has a proven track record of developing players and his experience working with some of the Yankees top international talent the past several years could be a huge advantage for him.

Among his many awards are the ABCA Lefty Gomez Award in 2016, induction into the Old Dominion University Sports Hall of Fame in 2015 and an upcoming induction into the ABCA Hall of Fame in 2018.

Prior to joining the Yankees, he was the head coach at the University of Florida from 2001-2007.  He also served as head coach at Old Dominion University (1990-1994) and Mississippi State (1998-2001).

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