Who is Tyson Montoyo’s Father Charlie Montoyo?

José Carlos Montoyo Díaz is the manager and head coach of the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball.

Montoyo was hired in October 2018, and he signed a three-year contract that will last until 2021.

Montoyo’s club option for 2022 was picked up following an expanded playoff berth in the truncated 2020 season.

 Charlie Montoyo
Charlie Montoyo

Montoyo has a 190-194 record as a manager in three seasons, with a nomination for American League Manager of the Year in 2020.

Montoyo has been in the Tampa Bay Rays organization for nearly 20 years as a coach.

As he progressed through the minor leagues, the 56-year-old Durham Bulls bench coach was promoted to the major league staff from the Rookie League.

Charlie Montoyo Career

In both the field and the plate, Montoyo used his right hand to throw and bat. He weighed 170 pounds and was 5’10” (1.78 m) tall when he was a player (77 kg).

During the 1993 season, Montoyo played second base and pinch batted in four games for the Montreal Expos.

The Milwaukee Brewers picked Montoyo in the sixth round of the 1987 amateur draft after he played college baseball at Louisiana Tech University.

He was traded to Montreal on January 20, 1993. When he made his MLB debut against Gary Wayne of the Colorado Rockies in September of that year, he singled.

In his five at-bats, Montoyo had two hits and three RBIs (RBI).

When Montoyo retired at the end of the 1996 season, he had played 1,028 minor league games. He had a batting average of over.300 in eight minor league seasons.

More than 270 hits, 38 home runs, and 400 RBIs make up this total.

Charlie Montoyo Private Life

Montoyo is married to Samantha and has two children with her.


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