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Fri. February 22, 2013 | Matt Baker | Email

Gulf baseball coach Rob Miles has resigned, he said Friday morning.

Miles is leaving the Buccaneers because he was promoted to corporate sales manager for a credit card processing company. That new position requires a move to Dallas. His last day as coach will be March 1.

“It was kinda mixed feelings,” said Miles, who took over before the 2012 season. “We started to build a good program there. It’s a bittersweet ending, I’ll put it that way.”

Gulf started the season 1-2 with a 10-0 win over Hudson last week. His Bucs snapped a 30-game losing streak last March with a 3-1 win over Anclote.

The coaching position had not been posted on the district’s employment website as of Friday morning.

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