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The Newark Bears, who play in the independent Can-Am League, have hired World Series hero Jim Leyritz as pitching coach for the 2011 season. Leyritz, 47, played for the Bears for part of the 2001 season.
Leyritz, who hit 90 home runs in 11 Major League seasons with six teams, is probably best known for his three-run homer off Mark Wohlers of the Atlanta Braves in Game 4 of the 1996 World Series, a blast that turned the World Series around for the Yankees and enabled New York to win the title in six games. He also hit the decisive walk-off two-run home run in the 15th inning of Game 2 of the 1995 AL Division Series against Seattle. Leyritz played six different positions in his career, most prominently catcher, first base and third base.
“We’re pleased to welcome Jim Leyritz back to the Newark Bears as the pitching coach,” said Bears part-owner and CEO Thomas Cetnar. “We’re confident that he will have a positive impact, both on and off the field. General Manager Mike Torrez, manager Tim Raines and myself all have a long history with Jim and we’re looking forward to him doing positive things for us, both with the ball club and throughout the community.”
The hiring of Leyritz completes the Bears’ 2011 coaching staff, joining returning manager Raines and returning coach Ron Karkovice.
“To me, it’s a great opportunity and it’s all about second chances in a league of second chances,” said Leyritz, who was acquitted last year of all charges involving a fatal car accident in 2007. “I’m fortunate to get the chance to get back on the field. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a very long time. I’m looking forward to getting the same break as a lot of the players in independent baseball, getting one more chance. I’ve had a good relationship with Tom and the Bears. Tim Raines and I were teammates and I played against Ron Karkovice. I think we’re going to put together a great team.
“The last three years have been very frustrating for me,” Leyritz said. “But I’ve now put everything behind me and I’m moving forward with my career in baseball. It’s an exciting new beginning for me and I’m doing what I love to do.”
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