Martin Bérubé will definitely not have left his post as manager of Acton Vale Castors to move on from baseball. Maskoutain is now a pitch coach in the sports studio at Fadette High School, and will perform similar functions with the Baseball Academy of Canada (ABC), which brings together the best Quebec prospects 18 years and younger.
“With my job During school, my new duties will allow me to play baseball full time and all year round. For an enthusiast like me, you can not ask for better, “he commented in an interview with The voice of the East Sunday morning.
Approximately by Baseball Quebec, Bérubé was part of the committee that outlined the new “super league” for ABC, which will soon be the subject of an announcement. This association will continue next summer, when the young launches of the program will be able to benefit from his experience. A former shooter, Bérubé played in the affiliated baseball network for five seasons before joining Castors in 2006.
“I want a supervisory role during games and training. We want to prevent coaches is limited to one team. We prefer that the same message be sent through ABC. “
The door stays open
Martin Bérubé was replaced by Denis Lamontagne as manager, but is still involved in the organization of Castors. The Director General
Jean-François Dorais does not hesitate to ask him for advice.
Although his slot machines will be more limited, Bérubé does not rule out the possibility of returning as a player. In fact, the 39-year-old veteran will even play the least number of games to make it to the playoffs. Lamontagne has already confirmed that the position remains open.
“There will be a lot of people at the training camp, and I will not take any place. It is impossible “, Bérubé emphasizes.
“I will only come back if there is a real need for me.”