Carson Vitale

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Carson R. Vitale

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Biographical Information[edit]

Carson Vitale has been a minor league player and coach.

Vitale hit .332 with 38 runs as a freshman at Laredo Community College, then batted .296 with a school-record 20 doubles at McLennan Community College in 2008. He spent the summer with the Wisconsin Woodchucks. He transferred to Creighton University and produced at a .261/.305/.350 clip in 2009. Back with the Woodchucks that summer, he hit .202. As a senior at Creighton, he batted .271/.359/.429 and fielded .992 as their main catcher.

The Texas Rangers took Carson in the 38th round of the 2010 amateur draft. The scout was Dustin Smith. He made his pro debut that summer, appearing for the AZL Rangers (.290/.395/.420 in 28 G) and Spokane Indians (0 for 8, 6 K). He led the team with 27 games played at catcher. In 2011, he hit only .170/.308/.208 for Spokane and allowed 19 steals in 21 attempts to end his playing career.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs notes
2019 Everett AquaSox Northwest League 4-8 -- Seattle Mariners replaced Jose Moreno on July 10/
replaced by Louis Boyd on July 23

Further Reading[edit]

  • Daniel Kramer: "Vitale running like Forrest Gump (for charity)",, February 11, 2021. [1]

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