Red Sox announce minor league coaching staffs

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Red Sox announce minor league coaching staffs

PAWTUCKET, R.I Along with introducing Gary DiSarcina as the new manager for Triple-A Pawtucket Friday afternoon, the Sox also announced the rest of their minor league coaching staffs.

One position is still open, however. The Sox have yet to name a new minor league hitting coordinator. The position was vacated when Victor Rodriguez was promoted to be the major league teams assistant hitting coach.

The minor league staffs are:

Pawtucket (Triple-A, International League)
Manager: Gary DiSarcina
Pitching Coach: Rich Sauveur
Hitting Coach: Dave Joppie
Athletic Trainer: Jon Jochim

Portland (Double-A, Eastern League)
Manager: Kevin Boles
Pitching Coach: Bob Kipper
Hitting Coach: Rich Gedman
Athletic Trainer: Brandon Henry

Salem (High-A, Carolina League)
Manager: Billy McMillon
Pitching Coach: Kevin Walker
Hitting Coach: Nelson Paulino
Athletic Trainer: David Herrera

Greenville (Single-A, South Atlantic League)
Manager: Carlos Febles
Pitching Coach: Paul Abbott
Hitting Coach: Tim Hyers
Athletic Trainer: Mackenzie Zabbo

Lowell (Short-A, New York-Penn League)
Manager: Bruce Crabbe
Pitching Coach: Walter Miranda
Hitting Coach: Noah Hall
Athletic Trainer: TBA

Gulf Coast (Rookie, Gulf Coast League)
Manager: Darren Fenster
Pitching Coach: Dick Such
Hitting Coach: U.L. Washington
Coach: Dave Tomlin
Coach: Tom Kotchman
Athletic Trainer: Mauricio Elizondo

Dominican Summer (Rookie, Dominican Summer League)
Manager: Jose Zapata
Pitching Coach: Amaury Telemaco
Pitching Coach: Oscar Lira
Coach: Junior Zamora
Coach: Wilton Veras
Coach: Aly Gonzalez
Coaching Assistant: Claudio Sanchez
Athletic Trainer: Guillermo
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Antonio Diaz

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