Carlos May
Carlos May
2012 Season Field Staff
Carlos May

A two-time All-Star with the Chicago White Sox, Carlos May joined the Boomers coaching staff as First Base Coach in April 2012.

May played 1,002 career games for the White Sox between 1968 and 1976. Before losing his right thumb to a mortar accident while on Marine Reserve Duty in August of 1969, May was selected AL Rookie of the Year by The Sporting News. May made a courageous comeback from the injury a year later, hitting .285 with 28 doubles. A two-time All-Star, May’s best slugging numbers came in 1973 when he hit 20 homers and drove in 96 runs.

The former outfielder and first baseman finished his White Sox career with exactly 1,000 hits and nearly 500 runs scored and RBI. In a 10-year career, May hit .274 with 90 home runs and 536 RBIs in 1165 games. May collected 85 career stolen bases and 545 runs scored, and in 4,120 at bats, he had 1,127 career hits.  

Field Staff
T.J. Nall
Bench Coach
Bill Fratto
Assistant Coach & 1st Base Coach
Mike Kashirsky
Bench Coach
C.J. Thieleke
Hitting Coach
Paul Kubon
Pitching Coach
Carlos May
First Base Coach
Scott Waehler
Athletic Trainer
Dr. Preston Wolin
Official Team Doctor
Dr. Frederick Schuster
Official Team Chiropractor
Dr. Alan Acierno
Official Team Dentist
Dr. Bruce Peterson
Official Team Optometrist