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2017 ROGUES COACHING STAFF


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JOSH HOGAN - Head Coach #3

The 2017 season will be Coach Hogan’s fifth year with the Rogues. Hogan has been with the Rogues since their inaugural season, helping the team reach the playoffs in their first season in 2013.  

As the Rogues manager, he has an overall record of 121-96 with Medford and led the 2016 team to a franchise-high 40-win season.

He played two years at the University of Oregon and then was an assistant coach under George Horton.

Hogan is currently an assistant coach at Lane Community College in Eugene, OR.

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Pitching Coach Jeff Lyle.jpgJEFF LYLE - Pitching Coach #40

Jeff Lyle is back with the Medford Rogues for his 5th season as assistant coach and pitching coach.

In the Rogues first season as members of the Great West League, Lyle’s pitching staff owned a league-best 2.84 regular season ERA with 359 strikeouts. Prior to joining the Rogues in 2013, Lyle coached for the Klamath Falls Gem’s where his pitching staff broke the West Coast League record for strikeouts in a single season (407).

A native of California, Lyle played at Merced Junior College and Hancock College before transferring to Fresno State where he finished his playing college career.

 

 

 

 

 


Coronado.JPGCHRISTIAN CORONADO - Assistant Coach #44

The 2017 season will be his first year with the Rogues as a coach.  He pitched for the Rogues in 2013 where he was 1-0 with a 4.06 ERA.

He is currently an assistant coach at Hemet High School (CA), serving as the team's pitching coach for the last two years and helped lead Hemet to a 2015 CIF-Southern Section Divison 5 state championship.

As a player, Coronado pitched at Cal State University - Fullerton from 2010 thru 2014 appearing in 21 games. He also played summer baseball in Klamath Falls for the Gems in 2012.

Coronado earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from CSUF. He’s currently attending National University and pursuing a teaching credential in Special Education.