Managed the Dodgers' Triple-A partner the Albuquerque Isotopes for the last two seasons and
guided them to a 152-135 (.530) record...guided
the Isotopes to the American Southern Division
title in 2009 and a franchise-record 80 wins after a
three-year absence from the game...was recognized
as the 2009 Pacific Coast League Manager of the
Year and also as Baseball America's "Best Manager
Prospect"...was Dodgers' hitting coach from 2004-
2005...served as hitting coach for the Dodgers' Single-A San Bernardino club in 1997 and 1998...took
over managerial duties for San Bernardino during the final two and a half months of the 1998 campaign...
coached at his alma mater Cal State Fullerton in 2000...managed Single-A Ranch Cucamonga in the
Angels' organization in 2001
Wallach played 17 seasons in the Major Leagues with Montreal (1980-92), Los Angeles (1993-96) and
California (1996)...batted .257 with 2,085 hits, 260 home runs and 1,125 RBI...was a five-time NL All-
Star with Montreal and earned three Rawlings Gold Glove Awards for NL third baseman...won two Silver
Slugger Awards and is Montreal/Washington's all-time franchise leader with 1,694 hits, 360 doubles, 905
RBI and 1,767 games.
Timothy Charles Wallach and his wife of 30 years, Lori, reside in Yorba Linda, CA...the Dodgers drafted
each of his three sons; Matt is a catcher in the Dodger organization, Brett pitches in the Chicago Cubs'
system after a 2010 trade and Chad is a freshman infielder/pitcher on the Cal State Fullerton baseball
team....Wallach was an inductee into Cal State Fullerton's inaugural Titan Athletics Hall of Fame in 2005...
won USA Baseball's Golden Spikes Award and the Sporting News College Player of the Year award in
1979 when he led the Titans to the school's first NCAA Division I title...plays golf and hosts the annual Tim
Wallach Golf Tournament and Auction, which raises money for Cal State Fullerton's athletics program and