2013 marks his ninth season in Angels' organization and eighth as third base coach, appointed to Mike Scioscia's staff, Nov. 16, 2005 (replacing bench coach Joe Maddon)...Ebel is also in his third campaign as the Halos' outfield coach... Served as pitcher for Vladimir Guerrero when he won the Home Run Derby at the 2007 All-Star Game in San Francisco...Spent 2005 regular season managing Triple-A Salt Lake, leading Stingers to a 79-65 record (just one game out of first place)...Was named to the coaching staff of the World Team for the 2005 Futures Game...Joined Angels in 2005 after spending previous 17 seasons with Dodgers as minor league player, coach and manager...Owns career managerial record of 531-496 (.517) in eight-plus seasons...Served as manager of double-A Jacksonville Suns for three seasons (2002-2004), compiling a 209-206 record...Led Jacksonville to 2002 Southern League East Division Championship (in second half) and berth in League Championship Series...In 2001, led Single-A Wilmington to a 75-63 mark... Spent 2000 season with Single-A San Bernardino, guiding club to 77-63 record and California League title...Began managerial career in 1997, taking over San Bernardino for final 39 games of season (18-21) after beginning that season as a coach there (club reached California League finals)...In first full-season as manager, led rookie Great Falls to 40-35 record and 1998 Pioneer League North Division first-half championship...Took over at Single-A Yakima in 1999 (33-43)...Began coaching career as player/coach with Single-A Bakersfield (1991-94)...Also served as player coach with San Bernardino in 1995 before becoming fulltime coach with Double-A San Antonio Missions in 1996...Has extensive coaching experience in winter baseball, managing Estrellas in Dominican Winter League in 2003 and Cervesa Atlas Tiburones in 2001 Panamanian Winter League...Served as coach for Peoria in Arizona Fall League in 1995...Worked as infield instructor for Chinese National Team (2000) and Osaka Buffaloes (2002) and as field coordinator for Sinon Bulls in Taiwan (2002).
Signed with Dodgers as free agent in 1988 and played six professional seasons...Named Gulf Coast League Player of Year in rookie 1988 season at Sarasota, where he ranked second in league with .337 batting average and led league in total bases, slugging percentage and on-base percentage...Was member of single-A Vero Beach Florida State League Champions in 1990...Attended Florida Southern College, where he was member of 1988 NCAA Division II championship team, earning second team All-American honors...Awarded Mara Forcey Award in 2005, given to Angels' Minor League Employee of the Year...Assists Angels Community Relations with youth clinics, hospital and community appearances...Participated in Mike Scioscia's annual Youth Baseball Clinic in Thousand Oaks, CA in 2007.
Awarded Mara Forcey Award in 2005, given to Angels' Minor League Employee of the Year...Assists Angels Community Relations with youth clinics, hospital and community appearances...Hosts the Dino Ebel Annual Baseball Clinic in Barstow, CA each off-season...Inducted into San Bernardino Valley College Athletic Hall of Fame on October 12, 2012...In 2011 offseason, spoke to the Southern California Inland Valley Coaches Association...Participated in Mike Scioscia's annual Youth Baseball Clinic in Thousand Oaks, CA in 2007...Married (Shannon) with three children: Destiny, Brady (born during the 2007 season) and Trey (born during 2008 season)...Full name is Dino Alex Ebel (pronounced E-bull).