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Richie Bancells

Team Trainer

The Major Baseball League

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Background Information

Employment History

Conditioning Coordinator

The Rule Book


Major League Baseball Athletic Trainer

SPORTS MEDICINE RESOURCES INC


Athletic Trainer

Major League Baseball


Affiliations

American College of Sports Medicine

Member


National Athletic Trainers' Association Inc

Certified Member


Maryland Athletic Trainers Association

Member


Houston Astros

Member, Medical Advisory Committee


Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society

President


Maryland Sports

Founder


NATA

Certified Member


Education

Miami


B.A.

Biscayne College


M.S.

Eastern Kentucky University


Web References(195 Total References)


pbats.com

Baltimore Orioles Head Athletic Trainer Richie Bancells was called up to the Major Leagues as an assistant to start the 1984 season, after six years in the minor leagues.
The Orioles ended up winning the American League's wild card spot, giving Bancells his first taste of playoff champagne. "That was a special year for me," Bancells said. "After struggling for a while, the taste of meaningful baseball in Baltimore has never felt better," Bancells, the current president of PBATS, said. Excited for the postseason, Bancells and Ebel will doing everything to keep their players on the field, and hopefully celebrate a few more times before it's all over.


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Richard Bancells Richard "Richie" Bancells, 51, was one of the recipients of the 1995 "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 18 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 currently serves on the PBATS Executive Board.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.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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Past President Richie Bancells, Head Athletic Trainer - Baltimore Orioles


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Richie Bancells - Head Athletic Trainer
Richard "Richie" Bancells, 60, 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 26 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. In 1999 he was honored as a distinguished alumnus of EKU. 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 a past President of PBATS serving 3 terms from 2008-2013. He has also served on the PBATS Board as Treasurer and Secretary. 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. A certified member of the NATA, Bancells was a recipient of the 2011 NATA?Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. Bancells is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. 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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