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Charles Keith Cottier (born January 8, 1936 in Delta, Coloradomarker) is a former second baseman, manager and coach in Americanmarker Major League Baseball. Through the season, he was a major league scout for the New York Yankees.

Cottier was a good-fielding, light-hitting infielder during his nine-year big league playing career. He appeared in 580 games and compiled a lifetime batting average of .220 with 19 home runs with the Milwaukee Braves (1959-60), Detroit Tigers (1961), Washington Senators (1961-65), and California Angels (1968-69). He batted and threw right-handed.

Cottier was the third-base coach of the Seattle Mariners when he was chosen to replace Del Crandall as Seattle's manager with 27 games left in the season. He led the team through the entire campaign and into the first 28 games of . With the M's in sixth place in May 1986 with a record of 9-19, Cottier was fired and succeeded by Dick Williams. His career major record as a major league manager was 98-119 (.452).

Cottier also served as a coach for the New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies and Baltimore Orioles.

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