Damon BerryhillThe Los Angeles Dodgers announced several changes along their six minor league coaching staffs this morning. With Triple A Albuquerque manager Lorenzo Bundy getting a promotion to the Dodgers as their third base coach, each minor league team will have a new manager.

Damon Berryhill, Razor Shines and P.J. Forbes were all promoted within the organization to manager of Triple A Albuquerque, Double A Chattanooga and Single A Rancho Cucamonga. Newcomers Bill Haselman will take over Single A Great Lakes and Lee Tinsley Rookie-advanced Ogden while John Shoemaker will oversee Rookie-level AZL.

Berryhill spent the last five seasons with Rookie-advanced Ogden, taking them to the playoffs in four of those seasons, while Shines gets a promotion from Single A Great Lakes. Forbes receives a promotion from Rookie-level AZL to manage the Lookouts in Single A as the Dodgers minor league staff looks to be one of the best in baseball.

Here are the complete coaching staffs for all six Dodgers minor league levels:

Triple-A Albuquerque:

Manager: Damon Berryhill

Pitching Coach: Glenn Dishman

Hitting Coach: Franklin Stubbs


Double-A Chattanooga:

Manager: Razor Shines

Pitching Coach: Scott Radinsky

Hitting Coach: Shawn Wooten


Single-A Rancho Cucamonga:

Manager: P.J. Forbes

Pitching Coach: Matt Herges

Hitting Coach: Mike Eylward


Single-A Great Lakes:

Manager: Bill Haselman

Pitching Coach: Bill Simas

Hitting Coach: Johnny Washington


Rookie-advanced Ogden:

Manager: Lee Tinsley

Pitching Coach: Greg Sabat

Hitting Coach: Leo Garcia


Rookie-level AZL Dodgers:

Manager: John Shoemaker

Pitching Coach: Hector Berrios

Hitting Coach: Henry Cruz



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