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Full Name:

Michael R. Goff...resides in Peoria, AZ, with his wife, Mary and three children: daughters Crystal and Katie, and son Connor graduated from Davidson H.S. in Mobile, AL, where he led team to back-to-back state championships in 1979-80...graduated from Enterprise State J.C. in 1982 and was 1982 MVP of Alabama junior colleges...attended the University of Alabama-Birmingham...named to All-Sunbelt Conference teams in 1983-84.

Managing/Coaching Career:
Named bench coach on July 3, 2007. Mike is in his second full season as a Major League coach with Seattle, his 16th season in Mariners the organization...in addition to coaching first base, works with baserunners...finished the 2005 season as the ML first base coach after joining the club Aug. 13; concurrently finished his ninth season as the coordinator of instruction for the Mariners minor league system...Goff managed low-A Wisconsin to the Midwest League Championship series in 1996 and was manager of the West team in the MWL All-Star Game...also managed at Wisconsin in 1995...spent 1993-94 as manager at short-A Bellingham...took 1993 team to second consecutive division title in first season at helm; swept Everett in season-ending four-game series to overtake Giants...in 1992, began his professional coaching career as a minor league coach with double-A Jacksonville...spent previous three years as an assistant coach at the University of South Alabama division title in first season at helm; swept Everett in season-ending four-game series to overtake Giants...in 1992, began his professional coaching career as a minor league coach with double-A Jacksonville...spent previous three years as an assistant coach at the University of South Alabama.

Playing Career:
Was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 21st round of the 1984 June draft...played in Red Sox system from 1984-88 in 1984 named club MVP with Elmira...missed entire 1988 season with back injury that eventually ended his career.

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