DENVER — The Colorado Rockies have promoted Darryl Scott to bullpen coach.
Scott replaces Darren Holmes, who’s been in the role since 2015. Colorado is coming off a 71-91 season in which the pitching staff turned in a 5.56 ERA. It was the third-highest ERA for a single season in franchise history.
Steve Foster remains the pitching coach on manager Bud Black’s staff.
The 51-year-old Scott has been a part of the Rockies organization since 2009. He’s spent the last three seasons as one of the team’s pitching coordinators. He also has served as a pitching coach for different Rockies affiliations, including 2015-16 with Triple-A Albuquerque.
Colorado said Steve Merriman will take over Scott’s role. Merriman was the pitching coach with Double-A Hartford last season.
Darryl Scott has been named Rockies bullpen coach, replacing Darren Holmes. Additionally, Steve Merriman has been named one of the club’s Minor League pitching coordinators, filling Scott’s previous role. pic.twitter.com/CuZaG7rIKK
— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) November 1, 2019