Los Angeles Angels hire Charlie Nagy as pitching coach

November 2, 2015

The Angels and new General Manager Billy Eppler today announced that former All-Star Charlie Nagy has agreed to a two-year contract to be the team’s new Pitching Coach.

Nagy replaces Mike Butcher, who was the team's pitching coach for the past nine seasons prior to Eppler's arrival.

Nagy, 48, joins the Angels staff after spending the 2015 season as a Special Assistant to Player Development with the Cleveland Indians. He has previously served as a Major League pitching coach with the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2011-13, and has worked as a Triple-A pitching coach with the Columbus Clippers (CLE) in 2010, and the Salt Lake Bees (LAA) in 2006-07.

Nagy played 14 Major League seasons with Indians (1990-2002) and Padres (2003), compiling a 129-105 career record and 4.51 ERA (1954.2 IP – 980 ER).

The three-time American League All-Star was a member of six A.L. Central Division Championship teams, two American League Champion squads, and was inducted into the Indians Hall of Fame in 2007.

By Staff of TheDailySportsHerald.com and news services

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