BALTIMORE (AP) -John Shelby was hired as Baltimore Orioles first base coach Tuesday.
Shelby, who played on Baltimore's 1983 World Series championship team, spent the past two seasons as first base coach for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Previously, he had worked 14 years for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Orioles also announced that Lee MacPhail IV has been named special assistant to the president of baseball operations, and Brian Graham was appointed special assignment coach for the minor leagues.
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