Nationals announce minor league coaching staffs

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The Nationals announced their minor league coaching staffs and coordinators on Friday, promoting Single-A Hagerstown manager Brian Daubach to Single-A Potomac and former Gulf Coast League manager Tripp Keister to the position at Single-A Hagerstown.

The Nationals also added a new coach to their staff this year with Patrick Anderson joining the organization to manage the GCL team.

Most of the rest of the staffs remained the same, including Tony Beasley and Matt LeCroy keeping their posts as Triple-A and Double-A managers, respectively.

Here are the full staffs:

Triple-A Syracuse: Manager - Tony Beasley, Pitching Coach - Greg Booker, Hitting Coach - Troy Gingrich

Double-A Harrisburg: Manager - Matt LeCroy, Pitching Coach - Paul Menhart, Hitting Coach - Eric Fox

Single-A Potomac: Manager - Brian Daubach, Pitching Coach - Chris Michalak, Hitting Coach - Mark Harris

Single-A Hagerstown: Manager - Tripp Keister, Pitching Coach - Franklin Bravo, Hitting Coach - Brian Rupp

Single-A Auburn: Manager - Gary Cathcart, Pitching Coach - Sam Narron, Hitting Coach - Luis Ordaz

Rookie level GCL: Manager - Patrick Anderson, Pitching Coach - Michael Tejera, Hitting Coach - Amaury Garcia

Rookie level DSL: Manager - Sandy Martinez, Pitching Coach - Pablo Frias, Hitting Coach - Jorge Mejia, Coach - Emiliano Alcantra, Coach - Michael Moscat

Here is the roster of coordinators:

Field coordinator: Bobby Henley; Pitching coordinator: Spin Williams; Hitting coordinator: Rick Schu; Rehabilitation pitching coordinator: Mark Grater; Infield coordinator: Jeff Garber;Outfield/Baserunning coordinator: Gary Thurman; Coordinator of Instruction: Gary Cathcart; Medical and rehab coordinator: Mike McGowan; Strength and Conditioning coordinator: Landon Brandes; Minor League Equipment manager: Calvin Minasian.

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