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Richie Bancells

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.S.
    Eastern Kentucky University
  • B.A.
    Biscayne College
  • Miami's Biscayne College
  • M.S. degree , physical education
    Eastern Kentucky University
  • master's degree
    Eastern Kentucky University
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The History Of PBATS - PBATS
pbats.com, 26 July 2014 [cached]
Subsequently, the "Spit Tobacco" designation evolved and, through the years, Mark Letendre, Jeff Cooper, Richie Bancells, and Ned Bergert have contributed numerous hours to this cause
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Through the considerable efforts of PBATS' members Mark Letendre, Jeff Cooper, and Richie Bancells, MLB banned all tobacco use in short-season Single A and Rookie Leagues throughout baseball.
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 2008-Present
Treasurer
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 1994-1999
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 2006-2007
PBATS Announces 2013 MiLB Award Winners - PBATS
pbats.com, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
Orlando, Fla. - President Richie Bancells of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) announced the winners of the Athletic Trainers of the Year Awards for the 2013 baseball season. These awards are given annually to one member of each of the 16 leagues in Minor League Baseball, as well as one award for the Dominican Summer League. An additional award is given to the Minor League Coordinator of the Year.
"I am so proud to announce these hard working individuals as PBATS' Minor League Athletic Trainers of the Year," Bancells said.
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Bancells has served as president of PBATS since 2007. He is the head athletic trainer of the Baltimore Orioles, a position he has held for over 20 years.
PBATS - Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society - News Center
pbats.com, 17 May 2009 [cached]
Orioles head Athletic Trainer Richie Bancells inducted into the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame Posted by: admin
Longtime Orioles head Athletic Trainer Richie Bancells was inducted into the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association (MATA) Hall of Fame.
Longtime Orioles head Athletic Trainer Richie Bancells was inducted into the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association (MATA) Hall of Fame at a ceremony held at the Community College of Baltimore County at Catonsville last night.
To be considered for the MATA Hall of Fame, nominees must have been a member of MATA for at least 10 years, practiced Athletic Training or a related profession for at least 25 years and contributed significantly to the profession of athletic training through education (including oral presentations and written publications), community service, or service to the NATA or MATA.
Bancells is the ninth Athletic Trainer enshrined and the second Orioles head Athletic Trainer. His predecessor, the late Ralph Salvon, was posthumously inducted in 2005.
Bancells is in his 21st season as the Orioles' head Athletic Trainer, his 25th year with the big league club and his 32nd in the Orioles organization. He is only the third head Athletic Trainer in 54 completed seasons since the Orioles moved from St. Louis in 1954. He has served longer on the Orioles Athletic Training staff and as an Athletic Trainer in the organization than anyone, and this year will surpass the tenure of Salvon as head Athletic Trainer for the Major League team.
In December 2007 Bancells was elected to a two-year term as president of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS). He previously served as a board member and treasurer for the organization, as well as secretary of PBATS' Executive Committee. He also currently sits on Major League Baseball's Medical Advisory Committee, is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Bancells has also been selected as the Athletic Trainer for the American League team in two All-Star games. In November 2002, he served as Athletic Trainer for the Major League Baseball All-Stars' post-season exhibition tour in Japan. In the winter of '96, he was invited to Japan to speak to a group of Japanese athletic trainers and physicians.
In 2005, the Orioles created the Ralph Salvon-Richie Bancells Award for Excellence in the Field of Emergency Medical Service, to be given to local area medical professionals who think and act quickly and demonstrate excellence in the wake of an emergency medical situation.
A native of Key West, FL, Bancells graduated from Miami's Biscayne College (now St. Thomas University) in 1978. He earned an M.S. degree in physical education from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY, in 1981. Richie and his wife Carol have three children and live in Parkton, MD.
PBATS - Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society - Executive Committee
pbats.com, 18 April 2012 [cached]
Richie Bancells Head Athletic Trainer
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 2008-Present
Treasurer
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 1994-1999
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Richie Bancells, Baltimore Orioles, 2006-2007
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pbats.com, 15 Nov 2012 [cached]
Richard Bancells
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Richard Bancells
Head Athletic Trainer
Richard "Richie" Bancells, 56, was one of the recipients of the 1995 & 2011 "Major League Baseball Athletic Training Staff of the Year Award. The Key West, Fla., native began his career with the Orioles'Rookie League affiliate in 1978 where he served as athletic trainer for the Class A Bluefield Orioles. He served as athletic trainer for the AAA Rochester Red Wings from 1980 to 1983. He has spent his entire Major League athletic training career with the Orioles, the last 21 years as head athletic trainer. Bancells received his master's degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1981, where he was a graduate assistant under NATA past-president Bobby Barton for EKU football, basketball and track teams. Bancells served as athletic trainer for the Major League All-Star Game in 1993 and 2004.
He is a member of the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association and their Hall of Fame. In 2011 received the Orioles Advocates Herb Armstrong Award and named to the Orioles Hall of Fame. Richie is in his third term as the President of PBATS. In 1996, he visited Tokyo to lecture on athletic health care for the Japanese Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (JPBATS). In 2002, Bancells was a part of the Major League Baseball/Japan All-Star Tour.
Bancells was a recipient of the 2011 NATA?Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. He is also a two-time recipient of the PBATS Athletic Training Staff of the Year award - 1995 with Jamie Reed and 2011 with Brian Ebel. Bancells is a member of the American College of Sportsmedicine. He presently sits on the Major League Baseball Medical Advisory Committee and during the off-season often serves as a lecturer at various seminars. Richie lives in Parkton, Md., with his wife, Carol.
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Ebel 46, was one of the recipients of the 2011 Major League Athletic Training staff of the year award along with Richie Bancells.
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