Jeffrey Paul Manto is an American former journeyman baseball player and hitting coach. He is currently the Minor League Hitting Coordinator for the Baltimore Orioles, Baseball Consultant and Motivational Speaker. He is a member of 8 Halls of Fame.
About Jeff Manto
Retired baseball player who is considered a journeyman but is perhaps best known for his three stints with the Cleveland Indians. He won the World Series as a member of the New York Yankees in 1999.
He was drafted out of Temple University by the Yankees in 1982.
In 1994, he was named MVP of the International League and was later inducted into the International League Hall of Fame.
He married a woman named Denise.
He was teammates with pitcher Roger Clemens on the 1999 World Series-winning Yankees team.
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