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DiSarcina credits post-playing career duties in preparing him to manage PawSox; Mauro Gomez still in baseball limbo

April 5, 2013

MOOSIC, Pa. – There are baseball lifers, and then there’s someone like Gary DiSarcina.
In short, the 45-year-old is a man who’s worn many hats since retiring 11 years go. He’s enjoyed successful stints in three totally different realms with all roads leading back to the game that saw him carve out a 12-year major-league career. Thanks to experiencing life as a manager, television analyst and trusted front-office contributor, DiSarcina can speak comfortably on a number of topics.

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