2.17: A's Spring Training report -- pitching coach Ron Romanick
Kate Longworth brings you to Arizona, where new pitching coach Ron Romanick is already up to speed.
I'm Holler at back here at Phoenix Municipal Stadium where the pitchers think catchers reported -- the eight to work out. With -- -- yet familiar coach -- man Ron romantic and romantic tell me it'd been an easy transition and at -- which is -- front. Former bullpen coach to now -- eighth pitching coach. -- thank -- years in the minors helping developing a young staff into the thirty arms they are today and -- brink. Perhaps they're even stronger after his strict offseason work out -- Manny said the intent -- accountability it's crucial for the eighth. Because they had the talent to play deep into October but the work -- to start play any of time -- for the heat and began. You there's no secrets out there there's a great level of expectation is that you have to go through the end. You know it goes with the territory and we want we're here to win ball games and it's gonna get real serious soon enough that it right now it's just about giving back in the swing of things. The transition was seamless he's a big information act solo we're talking about precise morally sort of right next to -- -- so it's gonna be. We also -- that kind of information flowing. At our fingertips didn't help -- put -- a lot of time and effort in with each and every one of us each and every day during the season last year and -- 41 of us here. And you know what it comes down to you know have a pitching coaches having their relationship. Now romantic described his coaching style as indeed tell oriented he's that you don't have to go out there and do a lot but you certainly have to do the little things. And -- right I'm he longworth at Phoenix Municipal Stadium Comcast sports net.