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Trapasso promotes Fraticelli to assistant

The longtime volunteer coach will be the lead hitting instructor

By Billy Hull

LAST UPDATED: 05:36 p.m. HST, Jul 29, 2013

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Hawaii baseball coach Mike Trapasso confirmed Monday that he has promoted Carl Fraticelli to a full-time assistant with the Rainbow Warriors.

Fraticelli, who worked as a volunteer coach under Trapasso since 2010, joins Rusty McNamara as Trapasso’s two full-time assistants.

Fraticelli will be the lead hitting coach, with McNamara, who held those duties each of the last three years, assisting him.

The move comes less than two months after pitching coach Chad Konishi was not retained after 12 years on the staff.

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huponews wrote:
Trap... thought you were looking for a hitting coach????? Hitting coach who can recruit some studs and hit the long ball...
on July 29,2013 | 10:07PM
chmaco wrote:
Same 3 minds running the offense
on July 29,2013 | 11:27PM
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