Jul 12, 2011, 5:30 PM EST
Even as he continues to go radiation treatments after being diagnosed with brain cancer in May, Gary Carter is looking forward to a return to coaching next season, the New York Post points out.
“My dad’s plan is to return as the head baseball coach at Palm Beach Atlantic University for his third year,” Carter’s daughter, Kimmy Bloemers, wrote on a family website. “A committee has met at school and interviewed different candidates for the new position that is now open…the associate head baseball coach. We are praying for the perfect fit and so far we have some highly qualified coaches who want to be a big part of dad’s program. Dad has been involved in the hiring process and each interview. We should have someone hired very soon.”
According to Bloemers, Carter, who was recently diagnosed with bronchitis, is doing better of late.
“Dad has exercised more this past week than any other week,” Bloemers wrote. “His mind has been sharp and everything else is functioning as it should.”
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