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Jerry Lewis Stitt (born November 29, 1946) is a retired American baseball coach, predominately in college baseball. Regarded as one of the top hitting coaches of his era, Stitt spent 18 seasons as an assistant coach to Jerry Kindall at the University of Arizona.During his time as an assistant he mentored many future MLB players such as J.T. Snow, Chip Hale, Kenny Lofton and Terry Francona among others, and helped lead the Wildcats to 2 College World Series championships (1980 and 1986).Upon Jerry Kindall's retirement in July 1996, Stitt was named the head coach of Arizona, where he would coach for 5 seasons.
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