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Funneman joins PBUC in full-time role
Field evaluator to instruct umpires across 16 domestic leagues
12/05/2012 6:27 PM ET
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Minor League Baseball announced today that Tyler Funneman, who joined Professional Baseball Umpire Corp. (PBUC) on a part-time basis in June, is now a full-time field evaluator/instructor.

Funneman will observe, instruct and evaluate Minor League Baseball umpires throughout the 16 domestic-based leagues.

"Tyler has proven to be a valuable member of our staff in the short time that he has been with us and has earned the opportunity to work with our umpires on a full-time basis," said Justin Klemm, executive director of PBUC.

The Grays Lake, Ill., resident umpired in the New York-Penn, Midwest, Florida State, Texas, Pacific Coast and Venezuela Winter Leagues.

Funneman also earned invitations from Major League Baseball to work in the Arizona Fall League and Major League Spring Training.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs. Comments
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