Rabouin returns for his fifth season on the Gallaudet University baseball staff as the pitching coach. Rabouin, who has been coaching since 1988, served as the pitching coach this past summer with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. The Blue Crabs reached the Atlantic League Championship in '09 but lost to the Somerset Patriots in four games. For the past six seasons, Rabouin has served as the pitching coach on a Butch Hobson led staff. The pair won the Atlantic League championship with Nashua (N.H.) in 2000. Rabouin was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 26th round of the 1972 draft out of the University of Texas-Pan American. After two seasons in the Reds farm system he traveled to Mexico to play for several seasons. He returned to the states in 1979 and played for Bakersfield in California League, Single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Overall, he played 14 seasons in Mexico at various levels from summer to winter ball leagues. In 1983, he recorded 235 strikeouts and posted a 19-8 record with six shutouts and one no-hitter.
His coaching stints include stops with various Major League Baseball affiliate teams such as the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays and college stops with Howard University and Prince Georges Community College.
Rabouin resides in Camp Springs, Md.