The Texas Rangers have announced the final piece of the 2015 Spokane Indians field staff. Chase Lambin will be joining Tim Hulett’s staff as an assistant coach. Lambin is well-known within Minor League Baseball, sporting a 13-year career within six different major league organizations and Independent League stints.
Lambin was originally drafted in the 34th round by the New York Mets of the 2002 MLB Player Draft. He hit .265 in his career, hitting 399 extra base hits and knocking in 557 RBI. He played the majority of his career on the left side of the infield at third base and shortstop.
Lambin will roam the base paths with Hulett – Spokane’s manager of 9 years –as first base coach. The rest of Spokane’s staff includes returnees Rick Down (hitting coach), Jose Jaimes (pitching coach) and Ed Yong (Strength & Conditioning). Dustin Vissering (Trainer) joins Lambin as a Spokane newcomer.