Friday, November 19, 1999

Doran succeeds Bell in development job

        Former Reds infielder Bill Doran is succeeding Buddy Bell as director of player development.

        Bell was hired as manager of the Colorado Rockies recently. Doran has spent the past five years as the Reds' minor league field coordinator.

        Doran, 41, hit .286 during a 12-year career with Houston (1982-90), Cincinnati (1990-92) and Milwaukee (1993). He led NL second basemen in fielding percentage in 1987 (.992) and 1988 (.987).


Reds Stories
Why is Dante Bichette smiling?
Deion primed for return to Reds?
- Doran succeeds Bell in development job

Got leaves to rake? Save me from Bengal boredom
Bengals see changes coming
Langford wants to stay a Bengal
Ravens Scouting Report
Logan making case at point
'Beast' Turner a heavy burden for Xavier foes
XU-Marquette time changed
OSU's Keller dwells on positives
Norse back in full force
Majerus miffed to be at Rupp
Mount St. Joseph has loftier goals for its sophomore season
Eight Stuff players will be cut today

Reds page