The Cincinnati Reds have named Bryan Price pitching coach for manager Dusty Baker’s Major League coaching staff.
Price, 47, spent the last 10 seasons as a pitching coach in the Major Leagues. He held that position with the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2006 until he resigned on May 8 of this season after manager Bob Melvin was replaced by A.J. Hinch. Before joining the D’Backs he spent 6 seasons as pitching coach for the Seattle Mariners, including the 2003 and 2004 campaigns when the club was managed by Melvin.
Bryan Price’s Coaching Career
1989-90 Pitching Coach, Arizona League Mariners
1991 Pitching Coach, Peninsula Pilots (Carolina League)
1992 Pitching Coach, Bellingham Mariners (Northwest League)
1993 Pitching Coach, Riverside Red Wave (California League)
1994 Pitching Coach, Bellingham Mariners (Northwest League)
1995 Pitching Coach, Everett Aquasox (Northwest League)
1996 Pitching Coach, Port City Roosters (Southern League)
1997 Pitching Coach, Memphis Chicks (Southern League)
1998-99 Minor League Pitching Coordinator, Seattle Mariners
2000-05 Pitching Coach, Seattle Mariners
2006-09 Pitching Coach, Arizona Diamondbacks