Dwight “Red” Adams was born in Parlier and graduated from its high school in 1939 before becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching coach 30 years later. Adams, who served as the Dodgers’ pitching coach for 12 seasons, died last week in Fresno. He was 95.
Dwight “Red” Adams was born in Parlier and graduated from its high school in 1939 before becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching coach 30 years later. Adams, who served as the Dodgers’ pitching coach for 12 seasons, died last week in Fresno. He was 95. Legacy.com Courtesy photo
Dwight “Red” Adams was born in Parlier and graduated from its high school in 1939 before becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching coach 30 years later. Adams, who served as the Dodgers’ pitching coach for 12 seasons, died last week in Fresno. He was 95. Legacy.com Courtesy photo

Former Dodgers pitching coach, Parlier native ‘Red’ Adams dies

January 27, 2017 11:12 AM

UPDATED January 27, 2017 04:10 PM

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