Billy Coleman - 1990's Era, AIM

Billy Coleman is a 1990's draft AIM manager who follows the '90's managerial style of play.

He uses:

- a lot of roster, some with 15+ G, for defense and pinch hit/run roles.
- moderate on the base paths, with an average number for a range of attempts (15-78).
- few, if any bunts.
- can use a starter in relief for some innings, but usually lets the SP go 7 IP with an above
average number of CG.
- relievers average 2+ IP per game, with below average saves.
- Closers used by innings pitched.

Coleman is like Duke Robinson, but a shade more aggressuve, cautious with pitchers, doesn't play always by book, and has unconventional moves.