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Topic - Rick Adair
His presence is just a reminder of the remarkable transformation of the Nationals over the past five seasons, not just on the field, but in the clubhouse — they've gone from being a motorcycle gang to a gang of Goodfellows.
Baltimore Orioles pitching coach Mark Connor resigned for personal reasons Tuesday and was replaced by bullpen coach Rick Adair.
The last-place Seattle Mariners fired manager Don Wakamatsu on Monday, more than halfway through a season that began with a boosted roster and hopes of making the playoffs for the first time since 2001.
"One of the best guys I've ever been around," said former Baltimore Orioles pitching coach Rick Adair, who was Fister's pitching coach when he broke into the majors with the Seattle Mariners in 2009.
"I think any time that there's a change, there are certain adjustments that are made," Adair said. "Obviously Goose (Connor) is more experienced than I am and if I can be half of what he has been, I'll be OK."