Price as pitching coach for the Cincinnati Reds in 2011.
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June 22, 1962 |
San Francisco, California
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Bryan Roberts Price (born June 22, 1962, in San Francisco, California) is a Major League Baseball pitching coach for the Cincinnati Reds. He was also a Minor League Baseball pitcher. Price is known for his ability to speak Spanish to help communicate with Latino players.
Playing career 
Coaching career 
Seattle Mariners 
Price was the Seattle Mariners' pitching coach from 2001-2006. Price earned USA Today Baseball Weekly's Pitching Coach of the Year Award in 2001 after leading that staff to the American League ERA title with a 3.54 mark, an improvement of almost one run per game from the previous season.
Arizona Diamondbacks 
Price was the Arizona Diamondbacks pitching coach until May 7, 2009 when he resigned after manager Bob Melvin was replaced by A.J. Hinch. Price was named Major League Coach of the Year by Baseball America in 2007 after his D-backs staff posted a 4.13 ERA, fourth best in the National League, on the way to the National League Championship Series. He also worked for the Philadelphia Phillies as a minor league consultant.
Cincinnati Reds 
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
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