Bob Todd (baseball)

Bob Todd (born September 27, 1948) is a former baseball coach in the United States. He was the head coach of the Ohio State University baseball program. In 23 seasons there his teams compiled a 901–477–2 record. He previously coached Kent State to a 124–82 record. He has guided Ohio State to two 50-win seasons, in 1991 and 1999. His teams won the Big Ten championship five consecutive years (1991–1995). He announced his retirement at the end of the 2010 season.[1]

Awards and honors

  • Big Ten Coach of the Year (1989, 1994, 1999, 2001)
  • National Coach of the Year (1994)


  1. ^ "Longtime OSU Baseball Coach Bob Todd Announces Retirement". The Cleveland Leader. 6 May 2010. Archived from the original on 9 May 2010. Retrieved 15 June 2010.

External links

Ohio State Varsity O Hall of Fame

The Ohio State Varsity "O" Hall of Fame is the athletic hall of fame for The Ohio State University. Its purpose is to recognize individuals who have contributed to the honor and fame of the University in the field of athletics.

An athlete must have earned at least one Varsity "O" letter to be eligible. An athlete is considered for recognition a minimum of five years after the graduation of his or her class. A coach or member of the athletic department must have served the Ohio State University for at least 15 years to be considered.

Robert Todd

Robert Todd is the name of:

Robert Bentley Todd (1809–1860), Irish physician who described Todd's palsy

Robert Todd (pioneer) (c. 1757–1814/20), Kentucky soldier and politician

Robert Todd (field hockey), English field hockey player

Robert H. Todd (born 1942), professor of mechanical engineering at Brigham Young University

Robert Miles Todd, World War I flying ace

Robert Smith Todd (1791–1849), father of U.S. first lady Mary Todd Lincoln

Bob Todd (footballer) (born 1949), English footballer

Bob Todd (baseball) (born 1948), college baseball coach

Bobby Todd (1904–1980), German actor

Robert Todd (filmmaker) (born 1963), American filmmaker

Robert Asa Todd, California and Arizona journalist and member of the Los Angeles City Council

Veteran players
(pre-1947 era)


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