James William Gott
Bats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6'3" Weight: 250
Opening Day Age: 58
Born: August 3, 1959, Hollywood, CA
Teams - As Player: Toronto Blue Jays 1982-1984; San Francisco Giants 1985-1987; Pittsburgh Pirates 1987-1989; Los Angeles Dodgers 1990-1994; Pittsburgh Pirates 1995
Teams - As Coach: Phillies 2018
|1983 Topps #506|
First Phillies Card: 2018 Phillies Team Issue #35
First Phillies Team Issued Card: 2018 Phillies Team Issue #35
Newest Card: 2018 Phillies Team Issue 2 #35
|2018 Phillies Team Issue #35|
First Mention on The Phillies Room: November 18, 2017 - Phils Get Gott . . . The Phillies filled another coaching position on Friday afternoon, adding former pitcher Jim Gott as their new bullpen coach for the 2018 season. Gott replaces John McLaren, who was let go following the season.
Gott spent the past five season as the Angels' minor league pitching coordinator and he served as the Angels pitching coach from 2010 to 2012. He enjoyed a 14 year playing career with the Blue Jays (1982-1984), Giants (1985-1987), Pirates (1987-1989, 1995) and Dodgers (1990-1994). He saved 34 games for the Pirates in 1988, at the time breaking Kent Tekulve's single season save tally for the franchise.
Gott appears in every Topps flagship set between 1983 and 1995.
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2018 Chachi #28 (with Dusty Wathan, Pedro Guerrero and Chris Young)
Card statistics through 6/3/18.