CINCINNATI — The Reds on Tuesday announced their 2022 managers and coaching staffs for their Minor League affiliates.
Here is a look at each level:
Longtime member of the organization Pat Kelly is back as manager. Kelly earned his 2,000th victory as a skipper last season. He has been with the Reds in some capacity since 2007 as a manager at multiple levels and had two stints as the bench coach for the Major League club, in ‘07 and 2018.
Now in his 10th season with the organization, Dick Schofield is back as Louisville’s bench coach. He spent 2018-19 with the team in the same position and was to be Daytona’s manager before the 2020 Minor League season was canceled. In 2021, he served as a development coach for Daytona.
Alex Pelaez is back for his 14th season in the organization and second at Louisville.
Seth Etherton is in his second season with Louisville and seventh as a coach in the organization. Mike Jacobs has joined for his first year with the club as the game-planning and outfield coach. Jacobs, a former big league player for seven seasons, spent the previous five years working in the Marlins’ player development system.
Jose Moreno was named the Lookouts’ new manager, replacing Ricky Gutierrez. Moreno spent 2021 as the manager at High-A Dayton and was assigned to be the manager of the Rookie-level Arizona League Reds in 2020.