FRANK CACCIATORE -- After a decade in the Philadelphia Phillies' organization, the last several years as hitting coach for the Class AA team in Reading, Pa., he was let go following the 2018 season.
DUANE ESPY -- After 16 years as a coach and manager in the Colorado Rockies' organization, including the big-league team's hitting coach in 2017-18, he was let go after the 2018 season.
BILL EVERS -- After almost two decades in the Tampa Bay Rays' organization, he joined the Minensota Twins' coaching staff (under first-year manager Rocco Baldelli) for the 2019 season, working with catchers.
BILL HAYES -- The Giants' minor-league catching coordinator in 2018, he returned to managing with Class A San Jose in 2019.
SHANE TURNER -- In his 22nd year in the San Francisco Giants' organization, the last four as director of player development.
RON WOTUS -- In his 20th year on the San Francisco Giants' coaching staff, his third year as third-base coach.
TROY BROHAWN (LHP, 1996-97) -- After his pro career, he has coached baseball in high school and from 2015 to 2019 as head coach at Salisbury (Md.) University.
NATE BUMP (RHP, 1999) -- Lives
in the West Chester, Pa., area and
works for Johnson and Johnson in
the sports medicine field.
JAY CANIZARO (2B, 1995, 1997-8) -- Vice-president of an oil and gas
business in the Houston area.
ROYCE CLAYTON (SS, 1991) -- In 2019, he was baseball coach at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, Calif., near Los Angeles.
DENNIS COOK (LHP, 1987) -- After his pro career, he went to Sweden -- his mother's parents were from there -- and coached the Swedish national team, and he also had coached in Germany and Italy. He and his family reside in Austin, Texas.
DEE DIXON (OF, 1987-89) -- After baseball, he established the Andrew Dixon Foundation to teach baseball and life skills to youngsters in his native Jamaica.
GEORGE FERRAN (RHP, 1985-86) -- A resident of Billingham, Wash., in 2014-15 and 2018, he was pitching coach for the Everett (Wash.) Merchants.
JOE FONTENOT (RHP, 1997) -- In July 2014, he was named baseball
coach at Loganville (Ga.) Christian Academy.
DEAN FREELAND (RHP, 1986-89) -- After baseball, he returned to earn his degree at University of Wisconsin. For more than a decade has co-owned and operated a company that manages therapy services, and for five years has been head softball coach at Cambridge (Wisc.) High School.
JASON GRILLI (RHP, 1998) -- Born in Detroit when his father pitched for the Tigers, he now resides in Pittsburgh, where he had some of the best years of his MLB career as a reliever.
ERIC GUNDERSON (RHP, 1988-90) -- He returned to the area where he grew up -- Portland, Ore. -- and for several years was the baseball coach at Jesuit High. He lived across the river in Camas, Wash.
STEVE HOSEY (OF, 1991) -- He has lived in Fresno, Calif., for more than 30 years and has a real estate business, is director of Parent Engagement and Training for Family Leadership, Inc., and a leader in his church.
BOB HOWRY (RHP, 1986-87) -- In 2018-19, he was the baseball coach
at Phoenix Northwest Christian School.
KEVIN JOSEPH (RHP, 1999-2001) -- In 2018 and 2019, he was pitching coach for the independent-league (American Association) Texas AirHogs, who are based in Grand Prairie.
SCOTT LINEBRINK (RHP, 1998-99) -- Living in Austin, Texas, he is director of stewardship, Southwest region, for Water Mission, a North Charleston,S.C.-based Christian non-profit company that provides safe water and sanitation to at least 52 developing countries.
GREG LITTON (2B, 1986-88) -- After baseball, he settled back home in Pensacola, Fla., and has been a professional speaker.
DAMON MINOR (1B, 1998-99) -- In the off-season, he lives in Edmond, Okla., and is co-owner of a baseball academy where he gives hitting lessons and gives input to summer showcase teams.
DOUG MIRABELLI (C, 1994-96) -- Resides in Traverse City, Mich., where he has been a realtor for Coldwell Banker Schmidt for a decade.
RUSS ORTIZ (RHP, 1996-97) -- He resides in Mesa, Ariz., where he created and operates a golf apparel business.
JOHN PATTERSON (IF, 1991) -- Dealing in real estate in Scottsdale, Ariz.
JIM PENA, left (LHP, 1990-91) -- Located in Chandler and Scottsdale, Ariz., for years, he managed self-storage and U-Haul companies and was a Whataburger supervisor before relocating to Colorado Springs, Colo.
DANTE POWELL (CF, 1996) -- He had a six-year career as a personal trainer and for a time was lead instructor at a batting facility in Signal Hill, Calif.
CODY RANSOM (IF, 1999-2000) -- Lives in Gilbert, Ariz.,
and is owner/instructor of the AZ National Baseball Academy.
MIKE REMLINGER (LHP, 1987-90) -- Based in Phoenix, he is listed as a leadership and excellence coach.
ARMANDO RIOS (OF, 1996-97) -- The former LSU Tiger was back in his home area of Puerto Rico for eight years operating a charity foundation, and in 2019 is listed as a certified senior agent for Octagon, a sports and entertainment agency, in the Chicago area.
MACKEY SASSER (C, 1986) -- In 2019, he finished his 23rd
season as baseball coach and ninth as athletic director at
Wallace Community College in Dothan, Ala.
BENJI SIMONTON (C, 1995-98) -- Personal trainer/bodybuilder, based in Livermore, Calif.
YORVIT TORREALBA (C, 1998-99, 2000) -- Lives in Parkland, Fla., where he moved his family from his native Venezuela after the 2009 kidnapping of his son and two brothers there. The son, Yorvis, is an outfielder who was drafted in the 20th round in June 2019 by the Colorado Rockies, where Yorvit once played. Yorvis helped lead Tampa University to the NCAA Division II national title.
KEITH WILLIAMS (OF, 1995 and 1997) -- In 2017, he was listed as a teacher at Gateway High School, an alternative education school in Clovis, Calif. He was inducted into the Bedford (Pa.) County Sports Hall of Fame in 2017 as the first major-league baseball player from that county.
TED WOOD (OF, 1989) -- In Atlanta, associate
vice president, financial planning specialist
for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
CHAD ZERBE (LHP, 1999-2000) -- Runs a travel ball organization, Inland Valley Venom, and works with youngsters on fundamentals, primarily pitching. In 2019, he was in his third year as manager of the Redlands 909ers of the Australian Baseball Tour of (California) Redlands.