Rich Dubee

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Richard Peter Dubee

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Biographical Information[edit]

Right-handed pitcher Rich Dubee was the Kansas City Royals' 3rd round pick in the 1976 amateur draft, and played six seasons in the Royals organization. He finished with a 45-49 record.

Dubee was a coach for the Jacksonville Suns (1982), Memphis Chicks (1984), Omaha Royals (1985), Memphis again (1986-1987), and Omaha again (1988-1990). He was also the Royals' roving pitching instructor in 1983-1984.

Moving to the Montreal Expos organization, he was a coach for the Rockford Expos (1991), Indianapolis Indians (1992), and West Palm Beach Expos (1993). Next, Dubee joined the Florida Marlins organization as coach of the Edmonton Trappers (1994), then was the minor league pitching coordinator for three seasons (1995-1997). Dubee was the Marlins' pitching coach from 1998 to 2001.

Dubee then joined the Philadelphia Phillies' organization as coach for the Clearwater Phillies (2002-2003), and the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons (2004). From 2005 to 2013, he held the same position with the big league Phillies. In 2014, he moved to the Atlanta Braves organization as their minor league pitching coordinator and stayed there for two years. The Detroit Tigers hired him as their pitching coach during the 2016-2017 seasons.

His son Mike Dubee was drafted by the Phillies in the 18th round of the 2006 amateur draft.

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