Dodgers Front Office
A look at the Dodgers front office, from team president down to baseball operations.
The Dodgers promoted pitching coordinator and former major league pitcher Brandon Gomes to director of player development to replace Gabe Kapler. Also the club made official the hiring of former Rays trainer Ron Porterfield as director of player health.
The Dodgers have reportedly added to their medical staff, hiring longtime Rays trainer Ron Porterfield as medical director per a report from the Tampa Bay Times.
Catching up on off day notes for the Dodgers, including Jeremy Zoll leaving to become the Twins’ director of minor league operations.
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Padres scout Jeff Pickler, who worked with Josh Byrnes in both Arizona and San Diego, has been rumored to join the Dodgers front office, per multiple reports.
The Dodgers will apparently announce the hiring of former A's executive Farhan Zaidi as its new general manager later this week, along with former Padres and Diamondbacks GM Josh Byrnes in the front office as a senior executive.
Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman put to bed any speculation that Joe Maddon, now a free agent, would come to Los Angeles to manage the Dodgers. Friedman reiterated that Don Mattingly is his manager in 2015, & hopefully beyond.
The Dodgers haven't yet hired Josh Byrnes, but with a few openings in the front office and the 44-year-old executive taking in Tuesday's Arizona Fall League game with Dodgers CEO Stan Kasten, speculation is that Byrnes will be hired soon.