Bench coach Bucky Dent is out. He'll be replaced by GCL Reds manager Pat Kelly. Part-time coach Ed Napolean resigned.
Dent was Jerry Narron's first hire.
Kelly was a guy Krivsky brought in last year.
Assume this means the rest of the coaches are back.
The release from the Reds:
The Cincinnati Reds today replaced bench coach Bucky Dent with Pat Kelly, manager of the rookie Gulf Coast League affiliate and director of their Florida on-field operations.
He will wear uniform number 41.
Kelly, 51, spent 20 seasons managing in the minor leagues for 13 teams, including Richmond (2003-05), Syracuse (1999-2000), Ottawa (1997-98), Harrisburg (1995-96), Chattanooga (1993-94), Indianapolis (1991-92), Rockford (1991), Las Vegas (1990), Wichita (1988-89), Reno (1987), Charleston (1986), Glens Falls (1985) and GCL White Sox (1984). He also served as pitching coach with Glens Falls and GCL White Sox.
He spent the 2006 campaign as a professional scout for the Atlanta Braves.
A catcher, Kelly was drafted by the California Angels in the third round of the 1973 amateur draft and played in the Angels, Toronto Blue Jays, Atlanta Braves and Chicago White Sox minor league systems. On December 8, 1977 he was traded from the Angels, along with Butch Alberts, to the Blue Jays for Ron Fairly. He appeared in 3 games for the Blue Jays in 1980.
Dent, 55, was hired in November 2005 as manager Jerry Narron's bench coach.
In other transactions, outfield instructor Ed Napoleon resigned.