Gabriel Stefan Kapler is an American former professional baseball outfielder and current manager of the Major League Baseball San Francisco Giants. Kapler was a 57th-round draft pick by the Detroit Tigers in the 1995 MLB draft. In 1996 he led the Class A South Atlantic League in hits, doubles, extra-base hits and total bases, and was named a South Atlantic League All-Star. In 1997 he led the Class A+ Florida State League in doubles, total bases and extra base hits, and was named a Florida State League mid-season and post-season All-Star. In 1998 he won the Class AA Southern League Most Valuable Player Award, after leading the league in hits, runs, doubles, RBIs, total bases and sacrifice flies, played in both the Double-A and Southern League All-Star Games, and was selected MVP of the Southern League All-Star Game.
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About Gabe Kapler
Became the manager of the Philadelphia Phillies in 2018. He previously spent 12 years in the MLB as an outfielder, playing for six different teams.
He played for Cal State Fullerton and Moorpark college after graduating from Taft High School.
He won his only World Series title as a member of the Boston Red Sox in 2004.
He had two sons, Chase and Dane, with wife Lisa Kapler.
He won a World Series title with teammate David Ortiz in 2004.
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