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Evansville Otters To Bring Back Coaching Staff From 2019 Team

The baseball team has also hired a new assistant coach to the staff.

Posted: Apr 9, 2021 11:17 AM

More familiar faces will return to Bosse Field this summer.

The Evansville Otters have announced that the entire coaching staff from the 2019 season will return to their positions in 2021. 

Manager Andy McCauley and his staff helped lead the Otters to 57 regular season wins in the Frontier League two years ago.  The team won its first division title since 1999 and entered its fourth straight post-season.

"I am certainly fourtunate to not only have the people on my staff, but to have the stability of this coaching staff," said McCauley in a statement.

The staff includes:

- Charles Day as the bench coach in his 10th season with the ball club.

- Bobby Segal as the hitting coach in his 5th season with the team.

- Max Peterson as the pitching coach

- Rob Watson and Phil Britton as assistant coaches.

The team has also hired Billy Easley as an assistant coach this season.  He had previously served as an assistant coach with Oklahoma City University in the NAIA.

The team will play its first Frontier League regular season game on May 27th in Schaumburg, Illinois

First regular season home game at Bosse Field will be on June 1st against the Gateway Grizzlies

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