From BR Bullpen
Richard Allen Bosman
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 3", Weight 208 lb.
- High School Kenosha High School
- Debut June 1, 1966
- Final Game September 19, 1976
- Born February 17, 1944 in Kenosha, WI USA
 Biographical Information
A highly competitive control pitcher who told teammates, "If you don't hustle when I'm pitching, I'll kick your ass," Bosman was 14-9 with an American League-best 2.19 ERA for the Senators in 1969. He won a career-high 16 in 1970, and on July 19, 1974, no-hit the Oakland Athletics while with Cleveland Indians, losing a perfect game on his own throwing error. Bosman won 11 to help Oakland to a division title in 1975, but the A's cut him in 1977.
Bosman was the pitching coach for the Chicago White Sox (1986-1987), Baltimore Orioles (1992-1994) and Texas Rangers (1995-2000). He was a pitching instructor in the Orioles chain from 1988 to 1991, and he has been a coach in the Tampa Bay Devil Rays' system since 2002.
- 2004 Pitching coach Montgomery Biscuits
- 2005-2006 Pitching coach Hudson Valley Renegades
- 2007 Minor league pitching coordinator Tampa Bay Devil Rays / interim Pitching coach for the Devil Rays
- 2010-2011 Minor league pitching coordinator Tampa Bay Rays
 Notable Achievements
- AL ERA Leader (1969)
- 15 Wins Seasons: 1 (1970)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 2 (1970 & 1971)
 Further Reading
- Thomas Boswell: "All of Us Bear the Marks of the Lash", in How Life Imitates the World Series, Penguin Books, New York, NY, 1982, pp. 111-112.