Former Red Sox Ribas Named Director of Pitching by Tigers

Mississauga, ON - The Intercounty Baseball League (IBL) and the Brantford Red Sox are pleased to announce that Red Sox alumni Gabe Ribas has been named the Director of Pitching by the Detroit Tigers.

Ribas played in the IBL from 2008-2011, winning four championships with the Brantford Red Sox. After his playing career Ribas went on to coach NCAA Division I baseball before landing with the Dodgers.

Ribas had been with the World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers for the past four years as Pitching Coordinator, where he "worked across many areas within player development, including coaching staffs, performance science, strength and conditioning, baseball analytics and others to construct and maintain a highly individualized and comprehensive pitching development program," according to a release from the Tigers.

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