PROVO, Utah (AP) — Former major leaguer Vance Law is out as BYU's baseball coach after 13 seasons.
Athletic director Tom Holmoe announced Friday that the school will not renew Law's contract for next season. The former infielder is 397-347-2 with the Cougars entering the team's season finale against Gonzaga on Saturday. BYU is 22-26 this season.
Holmoe said assistant coaches Ryan Roberts and Wally Ritchie will take over the program while the university searches for a replacement for Law.
Law played at BYU in the mid-1970s and spent time with Pittsburgh, the Chicago White Sox and Cubs, Montreal and Oakland from 1980-91, and also played a season in Japan. He made the NL All-Star team in 1988 with the Cubs.