GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Whitecaps Manager Larry Parrish stopped by Sports Overtime Sunday to talk about being back with the Tigers organization.
After 15 years in the major leagues during which he was twice named an all-star, Parrish spent 18 years in the Tigers organization. Between 1992 and 2010, he served as a coach or manager at every level of the organization.
In 2011, he went to Atlanta to work as the Braves' hitting coach before taking a year off. But his retirement didn't last long. In October 2012, he was named the Whitecaps manager.
==Watch the full interview with Parrish above.==
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