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Greg Walker (baseball) : biography

October 6, 1959 -

Gregory Lee Walker (born October 6, 1959 in Douglas, Georgia) is a former power-hitting first baseman in Major League Baseball and the former hitting coach of the Chicago White Sox, the team for which he played all but the last 14 games of his career. As a player for 9 years, Walker hit 113 home runs and drove in 444 runs, while scoring 368 times. When he began his coaching career, he did so with the White Sox Triple-A club in Charlotte. In 2003, he joined the parent club as hitting coach.

Atlanta Braves

After nine seasons serving as the hitting coach of the Chicago White Sox, it was announced on October 21, 2011 that Walker was hired by the Atlanta Braves to serve as their hitting coach for the 2012 season. Walker is filling the role vacated by the firing of Larry Parrish, the Braves' hitting coach in 2011.

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