Former assistant pitching coach Brian Bannister has been reassigned to the new position of vice president of pitching development in which his focus will be primarily on the minor leagues.
And Dana LeVangie will transition from the team's pitching coach to pro scout, a job he's held previously within the organization.
A career member of the Red Sox organization since being drafted by the team in 1991, LeVangie (pictured) played for six seasons in the Boston minor league organization before becoming the team's bullpen catcher in 1997.
In addition to serving as a pro scout and advance scout for the Red Sox, LeVangie was also the bullpen coach and interim bench coach under former manager John Farrell.
Here's the part you may find a little confusing.
After being named pitching coach prior to the World Championship 2018 season, LeVangie was considered to have a large part in the staff ERA of 3.75. In the just-completed 2019 season, the staff ERA jumped almost a full run to 4.70.
Born in Queens, NYC and lived kind of all over the place from PA to NJ to NYC and back to NJ.
Yeah, I used to be that guy on WNEW-FM. No, I never worked at WPLJ (honest).
I support my family by doing two things in life I truly love - baseball (PBI) and radio (WDHA).