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Mike Steele out as Wichita State pitching coach

Wichita State displays the American Flag on their sleeves as part of their military appreciation uniform.

Wichita State displays the American Flag on their sleeves as part of their military appreciation uniform.

Joseph Barringhaus

Wichita State displays the American Flag on their sleeves as part of their military appreciation uniform.

Joseph Barringhaus

Joseph Barringhaus

Wichita State displays the American Flag on their sleeves as part of their military appreciation uniform.

Wichita State pitching coach Mike Steele has resigned nearly six weeks ahead of the start of the season.

Head Coach Todd Butler made the announcement on Thursday.

“We will begin a search for the next Shocker pitching coach immediately,” Butler said.

Steele held the position for two seasons. He replaced Brent Kemnitz, who held the position for more than 30 years.

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