Jun 12, 2013, 12:16 PM EDT
Mike Mussina called it a career after going 20-9 with a 3.34 ERA in 2008, retiring from baseball with 270 career wins at age 38.
Now he’s 44 and Mussina has a new gig, according to the Williamsport Sun Gazette:
The Montoursville school board on Tuesday night approved the hiring of Mike Mussina as the school’s new head varsity boys basketball coach at its June meeting. Mussina’s hiring passed by an 8-0 vote.
Montoursville high school in Pennsylvania is Mussina’s alma mater, so returning there to coach basketball is pretty cool. He’ll get a $4,170 stipend, which is amusing considering Mussina earned more than $140 million playing baseball. And it’s a tough gig, as the article notes that “the Warriors finished 5-17 this past season and haven’t reached the district playoffs in a non-open format since 2008.”
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