Casey Candaele, a former major leaguer with the Expos, Astros and Indians from 1987 to 1997, was named to the coaching staff of the Seattle Mariners by new skipper Scott Servais. Candaele was previously the minor league field instructor in the Rangers organization.
Candaele has an historic family member in baseball. His mother, Helen Callaghan St. Aubin, played as an outfielder in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Helen was dubbed the “Ted Williams of women’s baseball.” St. Aubin’s sister, Margaret Callaghan Maxwell, also played in the women’s league.
Follow the link below from The Seattle Times to read more about Candaele’s new appointment: