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Coaching Career

Doug Henry returns for his fifth season as the bullpen coach after being named to Ned Yost's staff on October 10, 2012...The Royals have ranked in the top five in bullpen ERA in each of the last five seasons…the club's 3.04 ERA from its relievers since the start of 2012 is the lowest in the Majors...In 2015, the Royals' bullpen ranked second in the American League with 56 saves, which also set the franchise record…relief pitchers Wade Davis and Kelvin Herrera were selected to the AL All-Star team in both 2015 and 2016...Worked three seasons (2010-12) as the pitching coach at Triple-A Omaha, helping lead the club into the playoffs twice, which included the 2011 Pacific Coast League title…helped develop current Royals Danny Duffy and Kelvin Herrera in Omaha...Served as the Royals' minor league pitching coordinator in 2009...Joined the Royals' organization in 2008 as the pitching coach at Class A Burlington...helped lead the Bees to the Midwest League championship..Served as the pitching coach for Myrtle Beach (R) in 2005, Danville (R) in 2006 and Rome (A) in 2007, all in Atlanta's system...Began his coaching career in 2002 following his retirement as a player, serving on the staff at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Playing Career

Pitched for 11 seasons in the Majors with the Brewers (1991-94), Mets (1995-96), Giants (1997, 2000), Astros (1998-2000) and Royals (2001)... compiled a 34-42 record with 82 saves and a 4.19 ER A in 582 appearances, all in relief...Worked in the postseason in four straight seasons from 1997-2000 for the Giants and Astros, compiling a 1.59 ERA in eight outings...Was 2-1 with 15 saves in 16 opportunities and a 1.00 ERA in 32 relief outings for the Brewers in his rookie campaign of 1991, finishing eighth in the A.L. Rookie of the Year balloting...In his final Major League season (2001), went 2-2 in 53 outings for the Royals, tossing 75.2 innings...Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the eighth round of the 1985 Draft.

Miscellaneous Notes

Doug resides in Hartland, Wis...he and his wife, Monique, have four children: Danielle, Jason, Zachary and Mikayla...Graduated from Tennyson High School in Heyward, Calif...Played college baseball at Arizona State University, where he was a teammate of Barry Bonds...named to the All-West Regional team and the Pan American team in 1983...tossed a one-hitter against the University of Maine in the College World Series...Earned a Bronze Medal pitching for Team USA at the 1984 Amateur World Series... Originally selected by the New York Mets in the 16th round of the 1982 Draft, but did not sign and elected to attend Arizona State.

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