Former Clemson catcher named Double-A manager


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Former Clemson catcher Matt LeCroy has been named the manager of the Eastern League’s Harrisburg Senators, a Washington Nationals farm club.

From MinorLeagueBaseball.com:

The Harrisburg Senators and Washington Nationals have announced that Matt LeCroy will manage the Senators in 2012. He replaces Tony Beasley who is the new manager for the Syracuse Chiefs. LeCroy is the 17th different manager for the Senators since 1987. He leads a brand new coaching staff, though trainer Jeff Allred is returning for a second year in 2012. Joining LeCroy and Allred are pitching coach Paul Menhart and hitting coach Eric Fox.

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