Seymour Conference 2005 – “…About Pitching Coaches…,” Zita Carno

In this presention Ms. Carno discussed the definition of a pitching coach, the origins of the pitching coach and the various functions of a pitching coach.

She also gave an examination of some highlighted examples of pitching coaches as she delved into the good, the bad, and the indifferent.

In this presention Ms. Carno discussed the definition of a pitching coach, the origins of the pitching coach and the various functions of a pitching coach.

She also gave an examination of some highlighted examples of pitching coaches as she delved into the good, the bad, and the indifferent. During her analysis, she explored the interaction between the pitching coach and mound staff and gave some thoughts on the role of a pitching coach as educator.

Zita Carno has been a member of SABR for the past several years. She was a musician before her retirement from the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 2000 and a baseball fan for much longer than that. Born and raised in New York City, she attended school there and graduated from the Manhattan School of Music with both bachelor



Originally published: June 1, 2005. Last Updated: June 1, 2005.

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