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Dodgers News: Joc Pederson To Participate In Winter League

Joc Pederson is one of the most highly touted prospects in all of baseball, despite his struggles in a small batch of games in September. Pederson is considered the Dodgers top outfield prospect and has put up big numbers the past two seasons in the minors. He finally reached the big leagues this season as part of September call-ups. While many expect him to be a starting outfielder next season, his future ...

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Gerry Hunsicker Believes Friedman’s Game Plan Will Work

There's a lot of hype and questions surrounding the Los Angeles Dodgers latest hire in the front office. On Tuesday they announced Andrew Friedman as the new President of Baseball Operations after convincing him to leave the Tampa Bay Rays. His hiring coincided with Ned Colletti being moved from general manager to senior advisor to Stan Kasten. Fellow advisor Gerry Hunsicker worked with Friedman in Tampa Ba ...

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Dodgers News: Stan Kasten Takes Blame For Bad Contracts

After two seasons of winning the National League West division and falling short of reaching the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers made a significant change in the front office with the hiring of Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations. With Friedman now in the picture, Ned Colletti relinquished his role as general manager and now will serve as a senior advisor to team president and CEO, Sta ...

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Dodgers News And Rumors: Colletti Content With New Position

After nine years Ned Colletti is no longer the general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. However, he will stay as a special advisor to CEO and team president Steve Kasten. Kasten asserts the reassignment is not a demotion and Colletti beleives he can still have a positive impact on the team. As GM, Colletti helped the Dodgers reach five postseasons and back-to-back National League West division championsh ...

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Stan Kasten Denies Andrew Friedman Hire Was A Quick Reaction

Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers starting postseason play, Ken Rostenthal of FOX Sports said they could be among the teams that would make front office changes if their playoff run was short-lived. The Dodgers were eliminated in four games and it was rumored then-general manager Ned Colletti was in danger of losing his job. On Tuesday, Colletti was relieved of his duties as the Dodgers hired Andrew Friedman ...

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Magic Johnson Offers Words Of Encouragement For Clayton Kershaw

With the Los Angeles Dodgers being eliminated from the playoffs, there's been plenty of blame casted on manager Don Mattingly, former general manager Ned Colleti, and Clayton Kershaw. For a second consecutive postseason, Kershaw was unable to pick up a win against the St. Louis Cardinals and started what wound up being the elimination game. Kershaw's troubles this year can be tied to the seventh inning, whe ...

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Joe Maddon Says He Wants To Remain With Tampa Bay Rays

With questions heading into free agency, the Los Angeles Dodgers made their first power move Tuesday by luring Andrew Friedman out of Tampa Bay to become the president of baseball operations. Friedman's arrival signaled the end of Ned Colletti's tenure as general manger, but he's remaining with the team in an advisor role to president and CEO Stan Kasten. Who the next Dodgers' GM will be is Friedman's discr ...

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Dodgers News: Ned Colletti Accepting New Role Without Issue

Ned Colletti's nine-year tenure as general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers came to an end Tuesday, but his time with the Dodgers marches on. Colletti will now serve as a special advisor to CEO and team president Stan Kasten, and what exactly that entails isn't yet known. Colletti may still have a voice in personnel moves, though it presumably won't carry as much weight as it has. While Colletti was essen ...

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Magic Johnson Voices His Support For Andrew Friedman Hiring

After days of speculation, the shakeup in the Los Angeles Dodgers' front office came with the hiring of former Tampa Bay Rays general manager Andrew Friedman. Although Friedman held the GM position with the Rays, he was named the Dodgers president of baseball operations and has the autonomy to hire a new GM as Ned Colletti was reassigned. Friedman is considered one of the brightest young minds in baseball a ...

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Stan Kasten Says Dodgers Are Still Figuring Out Front Office

In a huge move by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday, they announced the hiring of Andrew Friedman to become President of Baseball Operations. Coinciding with the move was a role change for Ned Colletti from general manager to Special Advisor to Stan Kasten. Friedman left the Tampa Bay Rays for the Dodgers and will decide on a new GM. According to Bill Plunkett of the OC Register, Kasten doesn't think the D ...

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