Frank Viola Will Be The Brooklyn Cyclones Pitching Coach

An article by posted on January 26, 2011

Adam Rubin of ESPN New York is reporting that former Mets pitcher Frank Viola will become the new pitching coach of the Brooklyn Cyclones.

Frank Viola who had interviewed for the Brooklyn Cyclones pitching coach job during the winter meetings at Disney, has been hired for that role by the Mets, a Florida television station reported.

Ahh, “Sweet Music” to our ears…

He also mentions that although It had been previously reported that former Brewers and Dodgers third base coach Rich Donnelly will join the organization and manage the Cyclones, no official announcement has been made.

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