Double-A manager resigns

June, 24, 2011
6/24/11
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The man charged with helping develop the Angels' top prospects resigned to become an assistant coach at the University of Tennessee, the team announced Friday.

Bill Mosiello, the manager at Double-A Arkansas, told the team he was leaving after Thursday night's game. He managed the Travelers to a 36-31 record and locked up a playoff spot by winning the first half of the Texas League North division.

Todd Takayoshi, a minor-league hitting coordinator, will take over until July 31, when Bobby Mitchell will become the manager.

The Angels' top prospect, outfielder Mike Trout, is at Double-A Arkansas, as are their top pitching prospects, Garrett Richards and Trevor Reckling.

Mosiello will join the staff of Dave Serrano, who recently left Cal State Fullerton to take the Tennessee job.

Mark Saxon

ESPNLosAngeles.com
Mark Saxon is a staff writer for ESPNLosAngeles.com. He spent six years at the Orange County Register, and began his career at the Oakland Tribune, where he started an 11-year journey covering Major League Baseball. He has also covered colleges, including USC football and UCLA basketball.

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TEAM LEADERS

WINS LEADER
Jered Weaver
WINS ERA SO IP
18 3.59 169 213
OTHER LEADERS
BAH. Kendrick .293
HRM. Trout 36
RBIM. Trout 111
RM. Trout 115
OPSM. Trout .939
ERAG. Richards 2.61
SOJ. Weaver 169