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Oakland A's Coaching Q&A: Todd Steverson

Steverson was with Double-A Midland last season.

The Sacramento River Cats managerial position has been a breeding ground for future Oakland A's coaches. The River Cats' first manager was Bob Geren, who joined the A's coaching staff in 2003 and is now the skipper. Geren's replacement - Tony DeFrancesco - joined the A's coaching staff this year. His replacement is Todd Steverson, who has moved quickly through the A's system himself.

Todd Steverson joined the Oakland A's in 2004 after five years as a coach in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, where he worked as a hitting coach with, among others, a young Albert Pujols. The former Toronto Blue Jays' 1992 first-round pick played seven seasons of professional baseball, appearing in the major leagues in 1995 and 1996 with Detroit and San Diego, respectively. Steverson has had... Recommended Stories

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