Marty Reed joined the Atlanta staff in May 2016, under manager Brian Snitker...He previously served five-plus seasons as the pitching coach at Triple-A Gwinnett.
Reed spent two years (2009-10) as the pitching coach at Double-A Mississippi before joining the Gwinnett staff for the 2011 season.
In 2015, Reed's Gwinnett pitching staff ranked third in the International League in both ERA (3.18) and WHIP (1.27)...The 2011 G-Braves staff led the IL in both ERA (3.33) and strikeouts (1,223), while also ranking third in shutouts (11)...That 2011 staff featured IL Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Pitcher, RHP Julio Teheran.
Before joining the M-Braves, Reed spent 10 years in the Los Angeles Dodgers system, including the last three (2006-08) as their minor league pitching coordinator.
During the 2005 and 2000-01 seasons, Reed served as the pitching coach at Single-A Vero Beach and from 2002 to 2004 he worked in the same capacity at Double-A Jacksonville.
Reed's professional coaching career began in 1999 at the Dodgers' rookie-level Great Falls.
Prior to joining the Dodgers' system, Reed was the head coach of Pfeiffer University from 1996 to 1999 and previous to that he was a member of the University of Tampa coaching staff for seven seasons (1990-96)...While at the University of Tampa, Reed played an integral part in winning back-to-back NCAA Division II championships (1992-93).
He earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Tampa.
A left-handed pitcher, Reed was drafted by the Minnesota Twins (1982) and California Angels (1984).
He signed with the Angels in 1984 and compiled a record of 49-36 in five minor league seasons.
He was a two time All-Star (Midwest & Texas Leagues) and his best season was a 16-6 campaign in 1986, when he posted a 3.16 ERA while logging 196 innings and nine complete games to lead the league in both categories.
Reed, 55, resides in Albemarle, NC, with his wife Donna...They have two sons: Matt and Marty.