ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -The Tampa Bay Devil Rays will replace bench coach Bill Evers after two years.
The Devil Rays said Tuesday they will not renew Evers' contract for next season. He was the manager at Triple-A Durham for eight years before joining Tampa Bay.
No decision has been made on pitching coach Jim Hickey, arrested Monday on a DUI charge.
Coaches Tom Foley (third base), Steve Henderson (hitting), George Hendrick (first base) and Bobby Ramos (bullpen) will return next year.
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