Paul Fletcher

College Career:
University of Tennessee 1990-1991
All-SEC; Set school records for wins, innings pitched, and strikeouts in a season; Pitcher of the Year Award; Drafted in 24th round by the Kansas City Royals.
Professional Career 1992-1997:
Kansas City Royals, Chicago White Sox, Pittsburg Pirates
Coaching Career:
1997-1999 Director of Baseball Operations for Springfield Capitals
2000-2003 Roadrunners, Coach
2003-2004 San Diego Padres, Scout
2005-2010 Lovett School, Pitching Coach
2011-2013 New York Mets, Scout
2014-2018 York Revolution in the Atlantic League, Pitching Coach
 
From the York Revolution website:
 
“Under Fletcher’s guidance, the Revolution pitching staff has enjoyed great success.  In 2014, the Revs rolled out their best season as a unit in franchise history.  Compiling the second most wins (78) in a season in club history, Fletcher’s staff set a club record for team ERA with a 3.44 mark that also ranked second lowest in the league.  The 2014 staff also set club records for fewest hits and walks allowed in a season, lowest opponents average (.254), and for most saves (42) in a season.  Three pitchers from Fletcher’s record-setting staff signed with Major League organizations during the 2014 season while two others signed to pitch in top-level leagues overseas.  Among those signed included veteran reliever Julio DePaula who capped a seven-year big league comeback when he was called up by the Baltimore Orioles on July 7, just 11 days after his contract was purchased from York.  Also netting individual accolades was closer Rommie Lewis who represented the Revs on both the midseason and postseason Atlantic League All-Star squads, while establishing a club record with 28 saves.”