Gary DiSarcina, who managed the Pawtucket Red Sox to the 2013 Governors’ Cup Finals before taking a job with the Los Angeles Angels in November, was named Baseball America's 2013 Minor League Manager of the Year.
DiSarcina, a native of Billerica, Mass., managed the PawSox for just one season and led them to the International League North division title with an 80-63 record. Throughout the regular season, DiSarcina juggled 64 different players -- with 23 promoted to Boston during the course of the year.
DiSarcina will be the Angels' third-base coach. The All-Star shortstop played his entire 12-year major league career with the Angels organization (1989-2000).