Tim Hulett, the longest-tenured manager in Spokane Indians history, will return for his 10th season, the parent Texas Rangers announced Thursday.
The Shreveport, Louisiana, native has managed the Northwest League short-season Class A team for 662 games, compiling a record of 339-323.
Hulett had a 12-year career in the majors with the Chicago White Sox, Baltimore and St. Louis.
The Rangers also announced the rest of Hulett’s staff. Ed Yong will return as strength and conditioning coach for the eighth season. First-timers will include hitting coach Kenny Hook, pitching coach Brian Shouse and assistant coach Jared Goedert.
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