BROOKS CAREY RETURNS AS CORNBELTERS’ FIELD MANAGER

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BROOKS CAREY RETURNS AS CORNBELTERS’ FIELD MANAGER


Source: Frontier League News

The Normal CornBelters have announced that they have re-signed Field Manager Brooks Carey for the 2018 Frontier League season. Brooks will enter his sixth season as the Field Manager and eighth season in total with the CornBelters, having served as the team’s pitching coach in 2010-11 and then returning to Normal to become the Field Manager in 2013 after a year with the Evansville Otters (2012). “Normal is the place I want to be, that’s never been a question. There is a lot of unfinished business the organization and myself want to take care of,” said Carey. “A special thanks to Steve (Malliet) for his support and friendship, as well as, Mike Petrini, Deanna Roberts, and rest of the staff for making my job easier. With the loyal fans and the friendships I’ve made in Normal and Bloomington, I’m thrilled to be coming back to my second home.” Last season, the CornBelters finished with a 48-48 regular season record and had four players selected to the Frontier League’s All-Star game. Over the course of his five seasons as field manager, Carey has led the CornBelters to a 248-230 (0.518) regular season record and a West Division Championship in 2015. Prior…

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