Julio Rangel

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Julio Cesar Rangel

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 3", Weight 190 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Julio Rangel pitched in the New York Yankees organization from 1994 to 2000, reaching AA. His best season was in 1997 when he went 12-9, 3.57 for the Greensboro Bats of the South Atlantic League. He was still doing well in his final season, in 2000, when he was 7-1, 2.84 in 12 games for the Tampa Yankees, then was 0-3, 5.45 in 17 games for the Norwich Navigators of the Eastern League. He tried a comeback in the indy leagues in 2002, with 2 games for the Berkshire Black Bears of the Northern League East.

After the end of his career as a player, he was a minor league pitching coach in the Cleveland Indians organization for 11 seasons. In 2018, he was the minor league pitching coordinator for the San Francisco Giants. In 2019, he was named pitching coach of the Texas Rangers under new manager Chris Woodward, but was dismissed following the 2020 season. He then became the minor league pitching coordinator for the Boston Red Sox before returning to the coaching ranks as bullpen coach and assistant pitching coach for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2023.

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