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In 2008, Corbell moved from the Nationals' Organization where worked the Triple-A level for 2 years, Double-A, High A and Short-Season A for 1 year each. Prior to joining the Nationals organization, Corbell was a pitching coach for 8 years at the collegiate level with Lamar University (89-91) and Galveston College (91-02). Serving his final 5 season with Galveston College as Head Coach and the last 4 seasons as Director of Athletics/Head Baseball Coach. Corbell worked with Kansas City Royals Organization Gulf Coast League 1997.
In 1983, Corbell was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 21st round of the June draft out the University of Arkansas. While enjoying a seven-year Minor League playing career which saw him rise as high as AAA-Phoenix, he was traded to Oakland for All-Star reliever Rod Beck.
Charlie's wife Kathy (Amherst, N.Y. native) will spend the summer in Jamestown. They have one daughter Brittany, who is a junior in college.
Charlie was named the pitching coach for the Florida Marlins' South Atlantic League (A-) team, the Greensboro Grasshoppers, on January 14, 2009. He was the pitching coach for the Marlins' short season class A Jamestown Jammers (New York-Penn League) from December 14, 2006 through the 2008 season. He spent the 2005-06 seasons with New Orleans in the Nationals organization after spending 2004 with the Edmonton Trappers (AAA). Charlie moved to the Potomac Nationals on January 11, 2006. Pitching coach for the class AA Harrisburg senators in 2003. Spent 2002 season as a pitching coach for the class A Vermont Expos. Charlie spent four seasons at the helm of Galveston College after seven years as an assistant coach. Coach Corbell was the 2000 Region XIV South Coach of the Year and Galveston won their 5th Conference Championship. Charlie arrived in Galveston during the summer of 1991 with Dick Smith to reinstate and develop a nationally recognized baseball program. He had two years of NCAA Division I experience at Lamar University as pitching coach where he completed his Master of Science degree in Kinesiology. He coached professionally during the summer of 1997 for the Kansas City Royals organization where he served as a minor league pitching instructor.
Charlie was a successful pitcher throughout his playing career. He was a starting pitcher for Baytown Sterling HS state finalist team in 1979. He was awarded all-conference and all-region honors while pitching for Leroy Dreyer at Blinn College and was an All-Southwest Conference Pitcher for Norm DeBriyn at the Universitt of Arkansas. Charlie was drafted and signed into professional baseball by the San Francisco Giants and played seven years as a professional, the last two years in the Pacific Coast League (AAA). He was on the New York Mets major league roster during spring training 1987 and participated as an invited player for 4 different major league spring trainings but never reached the major leagues. Charlie played two years of winter league baseball in Puerto Rico for the San Juan Metros.