Borders will return for 2018

The Philadelphia Phillies announced that Pat Borders will return for his fourth season as manager of the Williamsport Crosscutters.

Last season, Borders led the team to a record of 37-37. He has an overall record of 122-103 and holds the Cutters career mark for wins by a manger.

Borders appeared in a total of 1,099 MLB games over 17 seasons playing for nine different teams. He spent the most time with the Toronto Blue Jays (1988-1994, 1999) who drafted him in the 6th round of the 1982 draft.

He was the starting catcher for the Blue Jays World Series championship clubs in 1992 and 1993 and was named the World Series MVP in ’92 when he hit .450.

Joining Borders in the dugout will be pitching coach Hector Berrios and coaches Christian Marrero and Greg Brodzinski. Berrios, begins his 21st year as a minor league pitching coach and his third in Williamsport.