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Note: This page links to major league player and coach Rich Morales. For his son, who was a minor league player, coach and scout, click here.
Richard Angelo Morales (Mo or Meat)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 170 lb.
- School College of San Mateo
- Debut August 8, 1967
- Final Game October 2, 1974
- Born September 20, 1943 in San Francisco, CA USA
 Biographical Information
Rich Morales was a bullpen coach for the Atlanta Braves in 1986 and 1987 and a scout for the Chicago White Sox (1983-1985). A prototypical "glove man", he managed to collect over 1000 major league at-bats in spite of hitting below .200.
His son, also named Rich Morales, was a minor league player, manager and scout.
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1979||Medford Athletics||Northwest League||38-33||5th||Oakland Athletics|
|1980||GCL Cubs||Gulf Coast League||33-29||6th||Chicago Cubs|
|1981||Quad Cities Cubs||Midwest League||77-58||3rd||Chicago Cubs||Lost League Finals|
|1982||Salinas Spurs||California League||68-72||5th||Chicago Cubs|
|1988||Vermont Mariners||Eastern League||79-60||2nd||Seattle Mariners||Lost League Finals|
|1989||Calgary Cannons||Pacific Coast League||70-72||7th||Seattle Mariners|
|1990||Williamsport Bills||Eastern League||61-79||7th||Seattle Mariners|
|1991||Pocatello Pioneers||Pioneer League||21-46||8th||none|