TODAY: Bullpen coach John Wasdin will also be replaced, per Connolly (via Twitter). Otherwise, it appears the club will not be making further changes to the coaching staff, per Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com (Twitter link).
YESTERDAY: Two Orioles coaches won’t be returning in 2020, as The Athletic’s Dan Connelly (Twitter link) reports that the team isn’t renewing the contracts of first base coach Arnie Beyeler and assistant hitting coach Howie Clark. It isn’t known whether any further changes are coming to Baltimore’s coaching staff.
Beyeler just completed his first year with the Orioles. The 55-year-old has enjoyed a long career as a scout, minor league manager and coach for the Tigers, Yankees, Rangers, Red Sox, Padres, and Marlins organizations, and he also served a previous stint on a big league staff working as Boston’s first base coach from 2013-15 (earning a World Series ring in 2013).
Clark was the only member of Buck Showalter’s coaching staff to remain with the O’s after the team hired Brandon Hyde as its new manager last offseason. Clark has been a coach in Baltimore’s organization for five seasons, first working as a minor league hitting coach before being promoted to the Orioles’ assistant hitting coach position prior to the 2017 campaign.