2013 is his 12th season in the Phillies organization and 9th as the major league pitching coach; was named to his position on 11/17/04. Ties Ray Rippelmeyer and Cy Perkins for mos tconsecutive years as the Phillies pitching coach (9). Also coordinates spring training. Served as a coach on the 2009 & 2010 NL All-Star teams. In 2012, Phillies starting pitchers led all MLB teams in innings (1,033.0) & SO (918) and issued the fewest walks (231) despite injuries to Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Vance Worley. In 2011, the Phillies led all major league teams in ERA (3.02), CG (18), SHO (21), SO/BB ratio (3.22), fewest baserunners/9.0 IP (10.79), fewest pitches/inning (15.4) and quality starts (108) and finished 3rd in SO (1,299); also issued the fewest walks (404) and 2nd-fewest HR (120). In 2010, the Phillies led all major league teams in SHO (21) & CG (14); among NL teams, posted the 5th-best team ERA (3.67) and had the fewest BB/9.0 IP (2.57) and the 2nd-fewest baserunners/9.0 IP (11.59) and pitches/inning (15.9). The team's 21 shutouts in 2010 was their most since 1917 (22). In 2008, guided the Phillies pitching staff to a 3.88 ERA, 4th-best in the NL, including a league-best 3.22 ERA by the bullpen. The Phillies bullpen posted the 3rd-best ERA (3.79) in the NL in 2006. In his first season, the Phillies pitching staff loweredtheir ERA (4.45 in 2004 to 4.21) and their walk total (502 to 487), while increasing their strikeouts (1070 to 1159); under his supervision, the starting rotation increased their win total (54 to 63) and innings (922.1 to 957.0), while lowering their ERA (4.91 to 4.20). Joined the Phillies organization as Clearwater's (A) pitching coach in 2002, a position he held through the 2003 season before joining the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AAA) staff in 2004. Worked for Florida as the major league pitching coach (1998-2001), minor league pitching coordinator (1995-97) and pitching coach for Edmonton (AAA, 1994). Was a minor league pitching coach for Montreal at Rockford (A, 1991), Indianapolis (AAA, 1992) and West Palm Beach (A, 1993). Began his coaching career with Kansas City as a coach for Jacksonville (AA, 1982), Memphis (AA, 1986-87) and Omaha (1985, 1988-9).
Originally selected by Kansas City in the 3rd round of the 1976 draft. Pitched 6 years in the Royals system (1976-81) and finished 45-49 with a 4.07 ERA and 26 complete games.
Richard Peter Dubee Jr... Married Maureen Carroll (2/18/79); one daughter, Megan (2/23/83) and one son, Michael (1/12/86)... 1976 graduate of Bridgewater-Raynham High School (MA)... Played baseball and basketball... Had a career record of 28-6 with two no-hitters... Named AllLeague, All-District and All-Scholastic by the Boston Globe in his junior and senior seasons... His son, Michael, was selected by the Phillies in the 18th round of the 2006 draft and currently pitches in the Pirates' minor league system...Hobbies: Golf and woodworking.