Dave Turgeon shares his wisdom and insights at the 2019 BC Baseball Coaches Conference!
Dave Turgeon spent 13 years playing professional baseball, in at least five different countries, before becoming a minor league manager and then a college coach. In 2018 Dave was at the helm as manager of the Gulf Coast League Pirates, a minor league affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Turgeon is a contributor to the USA Baseball Sport Development Blog, http://www.sportdev.org/USAB/Blog/Categories/DaveTurgeon.aspx. Turgeon played in the New York Yankees farm system from 1987-1990 under Stump Merrill and Buck Showalter after being drafted out of Davidson College. Before playing for the Baltimore Orioles’ AAA affiliate in 1998, he spent eight years playing abroad. From 2000-2001 Turgeon began coaching in the Cleveland Indians organization before entering the college ranks where he coached with Boston College, the University of Connecticut, Duke University and Virginia Tech.