Former Vermont Players Get New Jobs

Andy Tracy and Larry Broadway Land Minor League Positions

By Paul Stanfield / Vermont Lake Monsters | November 22, 2011 7:33 AM ET

BURLINGTON, VT --- Former Vermont Expos infielder Andy Tracy was recently named manager for the 2012 Williamsport Crosscutters, while former Expos infielder Larry Broadway is the new Director Of Minor League Operations for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Tracy was a member of the 1996 NY-Penn League champion Vermont Expos and former Major League infielder. After retiring last season after a 16-year playing career, Tracy is the first former Vermont player to return to the NY-Penn League as a manager, taking over as skipper of Philadelphia's Williamsport Crosscutter affiliate.

Tracy had 296 home runs and 1,064 RBI in 1,590 career minor league games, including four homers and 24 RBI in 57 games for the Vermont Expos in 1996. He played in 149 career Major League games over five seasons with Montreal (2000-2001), Colorado (2004) and Philadelphia (2008-09).

Broadway was an Area Scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates before being promoted to Director of Minor League Operations, where he will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Pirates' Player Development Department in 2012.

Broadway hit four homers with 23 RBI in 35 games for the Vermont Expos in 2002 during his eight-year minor league career. Broadway played four full seasons in Triple-A from 2006 to 2009 with Washington and Pittsburgh affiliates before retiring.

Paul Stanfield is the Media Relations Director for the Vermont Lake Monsters. This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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