'Trader Jack' coached baseball in the major leagues for four decades.
He mostly played minor league baseball.
He was a deeply devout Catholic, and credited his teams' success to Saint Thérèse of Lisieux.
He had two daughters and two sons with his wife Carol Isley.
He was the second-oldest coach in MLB history when he took over the Marlins in 2003. Connie Mack, however, was the oldest coach.