one step closer to the big leagues



APRIL 14, 2017 - Medford, OR:  The Medford Rogues welcome back former Rogues pitcher Christian Coronado as a member of the 2017 coaching staff.

Coronado played for the Rogues in 2013 where he was 1-0 with a 4.06 ERA.  He will assist manager Josh Hogan and coach Jeff Lyle in the team’s second campaign as a member of the Great West League.

“I’m excited to get back to Medford,” Coronado said. “I’m looking forward to joining a great coaching staff and helping the Rogues win ball games.”

Coronado is an assistant coach at Hemet High School (CA). He served as the pitching coach for the last two years and helped lead Hemet to a 2015 CIF-Southern Section Div. 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.

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The Great West League is one of the premier summer collegiate wood bat leagues in North America, poviding a professional, minor league-like atmosphere for top college players seeking professional baseball careers. The league also provides affordable family entertainment, enriching its member communities in California and Oregon.