The Pittsburgh Pirates have hired Caitlyn Callahan as a development coach according to Alex Stumpf of DK Pittsburgh Sports. She has had numerous baseball related jobs since playing four years of softball in college. The past two years have been spent as an intern for the Cincinnati Reds, while she also spent time with the New York Yankees New York-Penn League affiliate in Staten Island in 2019, as well as a job in the Cape Cod League for 17 months in 2017-18. She has also done some scout work. According to Alex Stumpf, she will become the first in-uniform female coach in franchise history.
The Pirates have hired Caitlyn Callahan as a development coach. She is the first in-uniform female coach in franchise history, per team source.
She interned w/ Reds the past 2 seasons. Has a degree in kinesiology and played 4+ years of softball at Boston University and St. Mary's
— Alex Stumpf (@AlexJStumpf) December 22, 2021