Philadelphia Inquirer - February 12, 1980
Tony Taylor, a former player and coach for the Phillies, will become a roving infield instructor in the team's minor league organization. In another appointment, Paul Carey was named to manage the Bend, Ore., team in the Northwest Rookie League. As a roving instructor, Taylor will work with young infielders from the triple-A level down to two rookie teams. He also will join the Phillies for the beginning of spring training. Taylor, 44, a native of Cuba, has 20 years experience in the major leagues. He was a coach for the Phillies during the last three years and coached and managed the Zulia, Venezuela, team during the last two Winter League seasons. Carey, 26, of Scranton, was a catcher in the Phillies system from 1972 to 1975, and a coach in the minor leagues since 1975.