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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Carlos Reyes

Rehab Coordinator: Kansas City Royals

Former Major League pitcher having played eight Major League seasons with the Oakland A's, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. After playing 14 years of professional baseball, Carlos became a pitching coach in the New York Yankees' organization in 2005 (when his Yankees' Rookie Ball team won the Championship and ranked first in ERA)

Reyes spent 2007 as the Charleston Riverdogs A ball club pitching coach (placing 2nd and 3rd in ERA), and two years previous as the Gulf Coast Yankees' pitching coach. Under his direction in 2006, Yankees pitchers led all Gulf Coast League teams with 442 strikeouts and ranked second in ERA (2.92).

During his playing career, Reyes appeared in 293 big league games, compiling 20 wins and a 4.66 career ERA.

 

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Carlos Reyes

Rehab Coordinator: Kansas City Royals

Former Major League pitcher having played eight Major League seasons with the Oakland A's, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. After playing 14 years of professional baseball, Carlos became a pitching coach in the New York Yankees' organization in 2005 (when his Yankees' Rookie Ball team won the Championship and ranked first in ERA)

Reyes spent 2007 as the Charleston Riverdogs A ball club pitching coach (placing 2nd and 3rd in ERA), and two years previous as the Gulf Coast Yankees' pitching coach. Under his direction in 2006, Yankees pitchers led all Gulf Coast League teams with 442 strikeouts and ranked second in ERA (2.92).

During his playing career, Reyes appeared in 293 big league games, compiling 20 wins and a 4.66 career ERA.