San Francisco Giants make Alyssa Nakken first female major league coach

Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Former San Francisco Giants first baseman Aubrey Huff at bat before a game

Kelley L Cox USA TODAY Sports Former San Francisco Giants first baseman Aubrey Huff at bat before a game

This is the reason why Mark and Alyssa will not only support the rest of the coaching staff in the field, but will also focus on promoting a clubhouse culture that, among other things, promotes peak performance through a deep sense of cooperation and teamwork.

At Sacramento Train from 2009 to 2012, Nakken used to be a three-time all-conference player and 4-time Educational All-American. You and Mark Hallberg, who was also named as an assistant on Thursday, will ensure top performance together with a close team atmosphere. She joined the team as an operations intern in 2014 and has been overseeing the team's health and wellness initiatives.

The Sacramento Bee reported that Nakken was not available for an interview and prefers to wait until she settles into her job before consenting to one. Because the Major League Baseball limits teams to seven coaches in uniform per game, Nakken will not be one of the team's 13 staffers dressed for games. She's been with the Giants organization. She was a ideal fit'.

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During her softball career, Nakken compiled 171 hits, 115 runs, 83 RBI's, 19 home runs, and a.304 batting average.

The MLB confirmed Nakken is the first female coach in the majors, according to The Associated Press. She was hired by the New York Yankees to be a minor league hitting coach.

Justine Siegal, the first female coach of a major league organization when she was with the Oakland Athletics Instruction League in 2015, tweeted: "The wall is broken". 'It may be initially different because she's a woman, but you quickly realize that she is simply an elite coach and you see her for that'.

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In fact, the manager of the Giants Gabe Kaplersaid of the former Sacramento state softball superstar that he was "delighted" to have him on the team in 2020.

She previously worked at a baseball performance center in Washington State, where she focused on hitters' eye tracking and pitchers' hip movement.

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