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- Making Pitching Changes

Publish On 2014-09-27 Category/Subcategory : / / Jim Riggleman | Video ID: 1822

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Former Big League Manager Jim Riggleman discusses one of the most common hard decisions a head coach or manager has to make, the pitching change. Coach Riggleman uses the theory of 3's when deciding when to take his starter out of the game, which was passed down to him by a good baseball man. Remember we want our pitcher to compete and want to be in the game, so don't get mad when he gives a little resistance when you ask for the baseball.
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Jim Riggleman

Jim Riggleman was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1974 out of Frostburg State University. Riggleman was an infielder and outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals organizations from 1974-1981. After his playing career ended, Jim managed in the Cardinals and San Diego Padres minor league systems until 1992 when he became the San Diego Padres manager. Riggleman managed the Padres, Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners and the Washington Nationals from 1992-2011, and was a major league coach with the Dodgers, Mariners and Nationals between his major league coaching stints. In 2014, Riggleman was the manager of the Louisville Bats, the Class AAA affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds organization.
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