It may have been a blessing in disguise when Mac Mackiewitz gave up his professional baseball aspirations after not making it past the Double-A level in the minor leagues after four seasons.
Shortly after hanging up his cleats for the last time, Mackiewitz accepted an offer to become the head baseball coach at the newly opened Providence High School. He’s held that position for 19 years now, compiling an impressive 417-130 record that includes seven trips to the state’s final four, three of which ended with state championships. He’s had over 50 players sign collegiate scholarships or who were drafted by a Major League team upon high school graduation.
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