Kings’ Pulizzano Steps Down
October 21, 2014
Kenosha Kings Manager Tim Pulizzano has announced that he will be stepping down as manager of the Kings.
Kenosha Kings Manager Tim Pulizzano has announced that he will be stepping down as manager.
Pulizzano has been the coach of the Kings for the past 13 seasons. During that time, he has guided the Kings to a share of the 2006 Wisconsin State League title as well as seven straight Langsdorf League titles from 2007-2013.
Pulizzano was a four year starting pitcher at Carthage College, earning first-team All-Midwest Region in 1997 and 1998. He then went on to have a three year professional career with the Cook County Cheetah’s of the Frontier League, earning an all-star selection in 2000. Pulizzano also coached Burlington Catholic Central High School to a 2000 state championship.
Replacing Pulizzano will be Kyle Stone, who has served as an assistant coach for the Kings the past two seasons, and has been with the Kings for the past six seasons.
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