Angels complete staff with new bullpen coach Scott Radinsky

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Scott Radinsky has been named the Los Angeles Angels' new bullpen coach.

The Angels rounded out manager Mike Scioscia's major league coaching staff on Wednesday.

Radinsky made 557 relief appearances with four teams over 11 big-league seasons.

The Southern California native spent the past three years as a minor-league pitching coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was the Cleveland Indians' bullpen coach from 2010-11.

Radinsky replaces Steve Soliz, who became the Angels' catching and information coach in a staff shake-up.

Scioscia hired Charles Nagy as his new pitching coach and promoted Dave Hansen to hitting coach. Former Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke returned to Orange County as the Angels' third base coach, and Gary DiSarcina moved to first base coach.

Former San Diego Padres manager Bud Black accepted a front-office job.

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