Bobby Brown – Lincoln

BobbyBrown 2Bobby Brown the 2017 Manager of the Year enters his fourth season as the manager of the Saltdogs after leading the club to its third straight winning season.

Brow was hired as the Lincoln’s manager in January 2016 after spending the prior three seasons with the Amarillo Sox/Thunderheads. During his tenure with Amarillo, the contracts of five of his players were purchased by major-league organizations, and two players, OF David Peralta and RHP John Holdzkom, have reached the major leagues.

Prior to the American Association, Brown was the field manager for Abilene of the North American League in 2012, as the third base/hitting coach for San Angelo of the NAL in 2011, and as the manager of Las Cruces of the Continental League in 2010.

A native of Van Nuys, Calif., Brown played eight seasons professionally, including two with the Sioux City Explorers (2004-05) and two with the Winnipeg Goldeyes (2001-02) when both teams were in the Northern League. He played collegiately at the University of Oklahoma, and was the left fielder for the Sooners’ 1995 squad which reached the College World Series.


Year Club League Affiliate Level Record Finish Playoffs
2010 Las Cruces Continental Independent 32-15 T-1st/4
2012 Abilene United Independent 34-53 5th/6
2013 Amarillo American Association Independent 52-48 7th/13
2014 Amarillo American Association Independent 37-62 11th/12
2015 Amarillo American Association Independent 45-55 T-9th/13
2016 Lincoln American Association Independent 52-48 T-6th/12
2017 Lincoln American Association Independent 58-41 3rd/12 Lost Semifinals
2018 Lincoln American Association Independent 51-48 6th/12