Lloyd McClendon (born January 11, 1959 in Gary, Indiana) is a former Major League Baseball player and manager.
In 1971, McClendon played in the Little League World Series for the Gary team, and earned the nickname "Legendary Lloyd" by homering in five consecutive at bats.
Drafted by the New York Mets in 1980 out of Valparaiso University, McClendon broke into the majors as an outfielder with the Cincinnati Reds in 1987. His eight year major league career also included time with the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates.
After retiring from playing, he served as a hitting coach for the Pirates until he was appointed Manager after the 2000 season, a position he held until September 6, 2005. In his 5 seasons as manager of the Pirates, he led the team to a 336-446 record.
In October of 2005, it was announced that he was taking the position of Bullpen Coach for the Detroit Tigers, serving under his former manager Jim Leyland.