|Position:||Pinch hitter/First baseman|
|Born:||18 July 1956|
|Stat3label:||Runs batted in|
Anthony Razor Shines  (born July 18, 1956 in Durham, North Carolina) is currently the third-base coach for the New York Mets. Shines is also a retired baseball player who played first base for the Montreal Expos for four seasons, from 1983-1985 and 1987. He had a significant career in the minor leagues, where he spent parts of sixteen seasons. He spent the majority of nine seasons with the Indianapolis Indians, and he became a local legend within the city of Indianapolis. His minor league career also included stops in the Mexican League and in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization with the Buffalo Bisons. Shines has since become a minor league manager, where he most recently managed the Clearwater Threshers of the Florida State League.
On May 16, 2006, the Indians honored Shines, who was managing the visiting Charlotte Knights, with a "Razor Shines Night". This kind of honor, for a player of an opposing team, is quite rare in minor league baseball. Shines kept his residence in Indianapolis during his playing years and for a few years afterwards. After retirement, he began his coaching career there at a local baseball academy and at Bishop Chatard High School.
In four Major League seasons he played in 68 games and had 81 at bats, 15 hits, one double, five RBI, one stolen base, five walks, a .185 batting average, .239 on-base percentage, .198 slugging percentage, 16 total bases and one sacrifice fly. He also pitched an inning in a blowout loss to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1985.
On December 12, 2007, Shines was named manager of the Phillies single-A Clearwater Threshers team. He managed the Threshers to a 64-76 record in 2008.
On October 23, 2008, it was announced that Shines would replace Luis Aguayo as the third base coach for the New York Mets.