Found January 16, 2012 on
'The Professor' will become director of pitching developmentAfter weeks of discussion and three separate meetings, the Orioles and pitching guru Rick Peterson have agreed to a much-anticipated deal Monday that will put Peterson in charge of developing pitching throughout the organization, an industry source confirmed.
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The Baltimore Orioles have hired former major league pitching coach Rick Peterson to be their director of pitching development.
The one-year deal was announced on the team website. Peterson is to oversee the team's minor league pitchers, a job formerly held by Alan Dunn.
Peterson was named pitching coach of the Oakland Athletics in 1998. He joined the New York Mets in 2003...
Rick Peterson officially agreed to join the Orioles organization on Monday and is expected to serve as pitching development coordinator.
Links for Monday, as teams and players continue avoiding arbitration in advance of tomorrow's deadline for exchanging figures...
Former A's, Mets and Brewers pitching coach Rick Peterson has accepted a job with the Orioles, MASNsports.com's Roch Kubatko reports. The sides have been discussing a pitching-related role since last month.
ESPN.com’s Buster Olney suggests...