Tony Peña was born June 4, 1957.

A former All-Star catcher, manager and current Yankee coach, Pena was known for his defensive abilities, winning the Gold Glove four times. He is also remembered for his unorthodox squat behind home plate.

Pena played 18 seasons with the Pirates, Cardinals, Red Sox, Indians, White Sox and Astros.

His best offensive season came in 1983 when he had career highs of 15 home runs and a .301 batting average. He reached the World Series once, with the Cardinals in 1987 when they lost in seven games to Minnesota.

In 2003, he was A.L. manager of the year with the Royals.

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