Bruce Crabbe

Minor League Coach at Red Sox Foundation

4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Red Sox Foundation
HQ Phone:
(617) 226-6000
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Last Updated 9/12/2016

General Information

Employment History


Coach and the Director of Player Development  - Colorado Silver Bullets

Coach  - Texas Rangers

Manager  - Single-A Wilmington


Liberal Studies degree  - University of Florida

Web References

Crabbe to manage Spinners again
The Lowell Sun Updated: 01/20/2012 01:18:19 PM EST LOWELL -- The Lowell Spinners announced Friday that Bruce Crabbe will return to Lowell for his third stint as the team's manager, joined by returning pitching coach Paul Abbott and hitting coach Nelson Paulino. Crabbe enters his eighth year in the Red Sox organization and ninth season as a Minor League manager after leading the Salem Red Sox to a 64-75 record in 2011. He has previously managed the Spinners in 2006, a team headlined by Justin Masterson, and a 2010 squad highlighted by top prospects Bryce Brentz and Brandon Jacobs. He replaces Carlos Febles, who takes the helm of the Greenville Drive in 2012. Prior to joining the Red Sox organization, Crabbe spent seven seasons with the Texas Rangers organization, earning Manager of the Year honors with Pulaski in 1999. He had played professionally with the Cubs, Blue Jays and Braves after an All-American career at the University of Florida.

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Willmington Blue Rocks News Release

Wilmington, DE--- The Wilmington Blue Rocks have announced that Bruce Crabbe has been named by the Boston Red Sox as the club's hitting coach for the 2005 Carolina League season.Crabbe will serve as the Blue Rocks hitting coach in 2005 under first-year manager Dann Bilardello.The announcement completes the Blue Rocks on-field staff for the 2005 season, Wilmington's first year as an affiliate of the 2004 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox. Crabbe joins the Red Sox organization after spending the last three seasons as a coach for the Oklahoma RedHawks (AAA- Pacific Coast League) in the Texas Rangers farm system.He was the manager for Pulaski (Appalachian League) for four seasons (1998-2001).In 1999, Crabbe led the Pulaski Rangers to the best regular season record in the Appalachian League and was named as the league's Manager of the Year. Prior to joining the Texas organization for the 1998 season, he spent 1997 as the manager and director of player development and scouting for the Colorado Silver Bullets, having joined the professional women's squad as a coach in 1995.Crabbe also served as manager at Butte in the Independent Pioneer League in 1994.Crabbed played professionally in the Chicago Cubs, Toronto Blue Jays and Atlanta Braves organizations form 1984-92.He was an All-America selection at the University of Florida in 1984, graduating with a Liberal Studies degree.He and his wife Jenny reside in Ashburn, VA.

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Bruce Crabbe will take over as Manager of the Lowell Spinners for the 2006 season replacing former Spinners Manager Luis Alicea.
Crabbe joined the Red Sox organization last year and served as the hitting coach for Single-A Wilmington. Before last season, he spent the previous seven years as a manager and coach in the Texas Rangers organization.

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