Framingham High Hires New Baseball Coach

FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Athletic Department announcedit it has hired a new baseball coach for the 2019 season.

Athletic Director Paul Spear announced Matt Milano as the new varsity baseball coach today, January 17.

“Matt’s enthusiasm and passion for teaching baseball make him an ideal candidate to lead the Framingham baseball program,” said the announcement.

“The last four seasons Coach Milano has been an integral part of the coaching staff at Wheaton College in Norton,” said the announcement. “Coach Milano was responsible for the development of all catchers, opponent scouting, assisting with the hitters, and on field coaching. Wheaton is widely regarded as one of the premier Division 3 teams in the country reaching the College World Series in 2017,” said the announcement.

Coach Milano came highly recommended by legendary Wheaton Head Coach Eric Podbelski.

In 2015, he was an assistant coach at Clark University where he worked with the catchers and hitters. Milano also serves as a catching and hitting instructor at Upper Deck Baseball Academy in Cumberland, R.I.

Milano graduated from Springfield College in 2013 with a Bachelor’s in Communications and was a 4-year member of the baseball team.

Milano works in the Framingham Public Schools technology department housed at Framingham High School

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