Sat, 02 Nov 2013 11:02:41 -0700
The Atlanta Braves could hire former Philadelphia Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee if current pitching coach Roger McDowell leaves the organization.
Sat, 26 Oct 2013 11:20:01 -0700
The Baltimore Orioles are likely to name their new pitching coach early next week, with a decision possibly coming as soon as Monday, Oct. 28. The four leading candidates are from outside the organization: former Philadelphia Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee, current Seattle Mariners pitching coach Carl Willis, Texas Rangers bullpen coach Andy Hawkins and Atlanta Braves minor league pitching coordinator Dave Wallace.
Fri, 18 Oct 2013 21:31:23 -0700
The Atlanta Braves have to give permission to the Baltimore Orioles to interview minor-league pitching coordinator Dave Wallace. The Orioles are expected to interview him starting next week, as well as former Philadelphia Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee, Seattle Mariners pitching coach Carl Willis and Texas Rangers bullpen coach Andy Hawkins. Dubee's interview is set for Tuesday, Oct. 22. Manager Buck Showalter said Friday, Oct. 18, that the team will also consider bullpen coach Scott McGregor, interim pitching coach Bill Castro and Triple-A pitching coach Mike Griffin.
Mon, 30 Sep 2013 07:36:08 -0700
The Philadelphia Phillies fired pitching coach Rich Dubee.
Thu, 24 May 2012 01:00:11 -0700
Philadelphia Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee says that there could be a number of factors for SP Roy Halladay's slow start, but Dubee said Halladay still has the stuff that could make him a big winner. "There might be a tick difference in his velocity but it's the consistent execution of the pitches," Dubee said. "He is just not completing his delivery as he has in the past for whatever reason."
Sat, 22 Oct 2011 00:05:21 -0700
The Philadelphia Phillies announced all of manager Charlie Manuel's coaches will return for the 2012 season. Rich Dubee (pitching), Greg Gross (hitting), Pete Mackanin (bench), Sam Perlozzo (first base), Juan Samuel (third base), Mick Billmeyer (bullpen), and bullpen catcher Jesus Tiamo will keep their respective positions.
Sat, 08 May 2010 07:10:21 -0700
Philadelphia Phillies manager Charlie Manuel (personal) will miss the game against the Atlanta Braves Saturday, May 8, because of personal reasons, according to Matt Gelb of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Bench coach Pete Mackanin will manage the team and pitching coach Rich Dubee will handle pitching decisions, although Manuel did create the starting lineup. He will rejoin the team Sunday, May 9, and said the absence is not related to his health. It will be only the second game Manuel has missed in six years as manager of the Phillies.
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 16:23:40 -0700
Andy Martino, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, reports Philadelphia Phillies SP Antonio Bastardo impressed manager Charlie Manuel with his six-inning, one-run outing Tuesday, June 2. "It wasn't like his command was great," Manuel said. "What happened was, he had stuff. He was up and down, and he might just have been wild enough to be effective. But now his fastball is definitely good enough. He surprised me with his fastball. I didn't realize he could throw that hard. I saw his slider in spring training. He's got a good slider, and he's got a good change-up." The Phillies aren't sure what Bastardo's role will be in the future, though they haven't ruled him out as a reliever. Pitching coach Rich Dubee said Bastardo's 95 mph fastball and effective slider could make him an effective reliever.
Wed, 25 Mar 2009 09:14:42 -0700
Todd Zolecki, of MLB.com, reports Philadelphia Phillies SP Cole Hamels (elbow) threw 3 2/3 scoreless innings in a minor league game Tuesday, March 24, giving up one hit and striking out five. Hamels said his elbow felt great and he remains on schedule to pitch April 10 against the Colorado Rockies. He is also scheduled to pitch in another spring game Sunday, March 29, and in an exhibition game April 4. Pitching coach Rich Dubee said he noticed a slight increase in velocity on Hamels' fastball during his outing Tuesday.
Wed, 18 Mar 2009 07:20:22 -0700
Updating previous reports, the Philadelphia Daily News' David Murphy reports Philadelphia Phillies SP Cole Hamels (elbow) is a long shot for opening day, according to pitching coach Rich Dubee. SP Brett Myers would likely start the opener in his place.