Baseball Update: Mosiello named assitant to Kreuter
Coach Kreuter hired Bill Mosiello from the Yankees A team in Charleston S.C. and Tim Burton former Cal Poly Pomona assistant.
Mosiello's Bio from the Charleston Riverdogs Website
2005 will be Mosiello’s third season with the Yankees organization. He began the 2004 campaign as hitting coach for Class A Battle Creek in the Midwest League, before being named manager of the team on May 11 when Mitch Seoane was reassigned to the Yankees minor league complex in Tampa, FL. Mosiello guided Battle Creek to a 58-50 record.
Mosiello, 40, graduated from Fresno State University in 1986 and began his collegiate coaching career at Cerritos Junior College in California, leading the team to three state championships. He boasts a wealth of collegiate coaching experience, including stints at Cal State Fullerton (1991-1992) where he helped win a National Championship, University of Tennessee (1993-1994), University of Mississippi (1995), Oklahoma University (1996-2000) and Arizona State University (2001).
His managerial experience includes the Alaska Summer League (where he was named manager of the year twice), the Cape Cod League and the Great Lakes League.