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Ralph Dickenson BIO

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Player and coaching experience


Dickenson is joining the Toronto organization after spending 2007-2009 as Washington's minor league hitting coordinator. The Arizona native shares three decades of coaching experience with the Fisher Cats, working primarily as the hitting coordinator for Texas 2002-2004, Montreal 2002, Los Angeles (NL) 2000-2001, Milwaukee 1993-2000 and Seattle 1990-1992 The Arizona State University outfielder played rightfield on the 1969 NCAA national championship team and became the first round pick of the Minnesota Twins in the secondary phase of that years draft. Following a six year minor league career Dickenson coached in college at Western Washington University, Washington State University and the University of New Mexico.

2010-present Minor league hitting coach, Toronto Blue Jays - Fisher Cats AA

2007 2009 Hitting coordinator, Washington Nationals
2005-2006 minor league hitting coach, New York Yankees
2003-2004 Hitting coordinator, Texas Rangers
2002 Hitting coordinator, Montreal Expos
2001 Hitting coordinator, Los Angeles Dodgers
1993-2000 Minor league mgr., hitting coordinator, field coordinator
Milwaukee Brewers
1988-1992 Minor league mgr., hitting coordinator, Seattle Mariners
1986-1987 Assistant coach, University of New Mexico
1978-1986 Assistant coach Washington State University
1985-1986 Assistant coach Anchorage Bucs, Alaska collegiate league
1983-1984 Assistant coach, head coach Hutchinson Broncs, Jayhawk league
1980-1981 Head coach Dodge City A’s, Jayhawk league
1974-1978 Head coach Western Washington University
1969-1974 Player in the Minnesota Twins organization


1967-1968 AA degree Mesa College, Grand Junction, Colorado
1969 Arizona State University
1976 BA Western Washington University