Coach Profile

Assistant Coach

Pat Shine

Shine's most recent stop was as manager of the Clinton LumberKings in the Seattle Mariners organization. He joined the LumberKings in 2017 after spending three years as the video replay coordinator for the Miami Marlins. While with the Marlins, Shine also served as a batting practice pitcher and assistant to head coach Don Mattingly.
 
Prior to joining the Marlins, Shine established himself as one of the top collegiate coaches on the West Coast as an assistant at UC Irvine, UCLA and New Mexico. As head coach at Cal State Los Angeles, he was named ABCA West Region Coach of the Year in 2007.

Shine made his mark in just three years at UC Irvine, helping to produce two Louisville Slugger Freshman All-Americans, five All-Big West honorees and 13 future professional players. In 2004, Shine helped lead the Anteaters to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in the Notre Dame Regional.

At UCLA, Shine served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator from 2005 to 2006. In 2005, the Bruins welcomed the fifth-ranked recruiting class in the nation to Westwood and in 2006, UCLA placed third in the Pac-10 and made the Malibu Regional of the NCAA Tournament. During Shine's two years in Los Angeles, 12 UCLA players were chosen in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft.

Shine's first stint as a Golden Bear came in 1998-99 when he worked with outfielders and served as hitting and base running coach as a volunteer assistant for Bob Milano.

He also spent considerable time coaching in summer leagues early in his career. In 2000, as the pitching coach and interim manager of the Brewster Whitecaps, Shine led the team to the Cape Cod League tile. From 1998-99, he managed and served as pitching coach of the St. Cloud Riverbats in the Northwoods League, led the team to the 1998 league title and was named the league's Manager of the Year in 1999.
 
A former team captain as a player at Gonzaga, Shine transferred to play for the Bulldogs after playing at nearby Whitworth College. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in speech communication with a minor in business management from Gonzaga in 1995.

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