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The Oakland Athletics will not renew the contracts of bench coach Joel Skinner, hitting coach Gerald Perry and pitching coach Ron Romanick, the team announced Friday.
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The Oakland Athletics cut ties with three coaches on Friday.
The team will not renew the contracts of bench coach Joel Skinner, hitting coach Gerald Perry and pitching coach Ron Romanick.
All three coaches had been hired by Bob Geren, who was fired in June and replaced by Bob Melvin.
The Athletics signed Melvin to a three-year contract earlier this week.
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