Orioles dismiss more player development staff as organization continues to rebuild

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Orioles dismiss more player development staff as organization continues to rebuild
Orioles dismiss more player development staff as organization continues to rebuild

A little more than two weeks after letting go of 11 members of their professional and amateur scouting staff, the Orioles continued to cull the holdovers from the previous front office regime on the player development side by letting go of eight coaches and instructors Monday, plus some employees at their academy in the Dominican Republic. Among the staff members not to return are, according to an industry source: the staff at High-A Frederick, including manager Ryan Minor, pitching coach Justin Lord, and hitting coach Bobby Rose; hitting coordinator Jeff Manto; catching coordinator Don Werner; Aberdeen development coach Jack Graham; GCL Orioles field coach Carlos Tosca; and special pitching instructor Ramón Martinez.

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