Gateway coaching staff will work All-Star game

Special to the News-DemocratJuly 11, 2014 

Gateway Grizzlies manager Phil Warren and his coaching staff will direct the West Division team in the Frontier League All-Star game on Wednesday at GCS Ballpark in Sauget.

Warren and his staff were chosen after having the best record (32-16) in the West Division after the completion of play Wednesday.

Joining Warren on the staff will be his pitching coach Randy Martz, hitting coach Zach Borowiak, bench coach Mike Breyman and athletic trainer Geof Manzo.

This marks the second straight season the Gateway coaching staff is in charge of the West Division. It's Warren's third stint as an All-Star game manager. He also managed the game in his first year as the Gateway skipper in 2007.

"My staff and I are thrilled to get this chance again this year," Warren remarked. "We are looking forward to coaching the best players our division has to offer."

In addition, Warren announced that his closer Richard Barrett is one of three players he has added to the West Division roster.

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