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Off-Season Q&A With Ron Romanick, Part Three

Carignan hit 97 MPH this fall.

Earlier this month, the Oakland A's named Ron Romanick the team's new major league bullpen coach. Romanick had spent the past nine years as the A's Minor League Pitching Coordinator. We recently spoke at length with Romanick about a range of topics. In part three of our discussion with Romanick, we discussed the Fall League contingent, some of the first-year players, Braden and Meyer and more...

Click here for part one of this interview and here for part two of this interview. OaklandClubhouse: Have you seen much of the Arizona Fall League contingent at this point? Ron Romanick: Yeah, I have been to about four or five games and I have seen everybody pitch. James Simmons I've seen three times now. He's been throwing pretty good. Jeff Gray looks good. He's been working on that breaking...

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