Mike Meyer begins his fourth season with the Canaries in 2019.
Meyer is no stranger to Sioux Falls, serving as the club’s pitching coach from 2007-2014, helping the Birds hoist the American Association championship trophy in 2008, and being part of a North Division title-winning squad in 2010. Most recently, Meyer served as hitting coach in 2015 and 2016 for the Laredo Lemurs, who put together a combined 115-85 record and a 2015 American Association championship in 2015.
Prior to his professional coaching career, Meyer played collegiately at the University of Arizona before being selected in the 23rd round of the 2000 draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. Meyer reached High-A before joining the Independent ranks, hurling 374.2 innings for the St. Paul Saints from 2004-2006. He is currently 3rd on the club’s all-time wins list, with 26 to his name.
|2017||Sioux Falls||American Association||—||Independent||45-55||10th/12|
|2018||Sioux Falls||American Association||—||Independent||40-60||10th/12|
|2019||Sioux Falls||American Association||—||Independent||38-62||T-10th/12|