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The Dodgers have hired Gerry Hunsicker as the Senior Advisor of Baseball Operations, according to an official release from the team.
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today hired Gerry Hunsicker as Senior Advisor, Baseball Operations. Dodger General Manager Ned Colletti made the announcement.
“Gerry brings a wealth of senior level experience and knowledge that will assist baseball operations at all levels,” said Colletti.
Hunsicker will assist Colletti and President and CEO Stan Kasten with the Dodgers’ big league club while also lending his expertise to international scouting and development, pro scouting and minor league development. The 2013 season will be the Houston resident’s 35th in Major League Baseball.
I had heard the rumors that he was available and that the Dodgers were in the lead for his services, but wow, it’s a surprise to me that they ended up landing him.
Not sure why he was available, but if it was a major issue, I assume we would have heard about it, so jus...
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LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday hired Gerry Hunsicker as Senior Advisor, Baseball Operations. Dodger General Manager Ned Colletti made the announcement.
Gerry brings a wealth of senior level experience and knowledge that will assist baseball operations at all levels, said Colletti.
Hunsicker will assist Colletti and President and CEO Stan Kasten with the Dodgers...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have hired Gerry Hunsicker as senior adviser of baseball operations to help general manager Ned Colletti and president and CEO Stan Kasten with the major league club.
Colletti said Thursday that Hunsicker will help with international scouting and development, pro scouting and minor league development.
Hunsicker spent much of the last seven years with the...
Aside from Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers' rotation -- despite posting decent numbers -- was generally underwhelming in 2012. September was actually the pitching staff's best month, but even if the Dodgers had made the playoffs, they didn't have the starting pitching to hang with the big boys.
Dodgers' rotation by the numbers
The Los Angeles Dodgers added a baseball veteran to their front office Thursday, hiring Gerry Hunsicker as a senior adviser for baseball operations. Hunsicker, 62, will work alongside general manager Ned Colletti and president/chief executive officer Stan Kasten. According to a team press release, will be involved in international scouting and development, pro scouting and minor...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed a couple of free agents. No, not those kinds of free agents; but the kind that may be paying dividends long after Albert Pujols has hung up his cleats.Gerry Hunsicker has had a lot of success building teams that can’t afford a ton of free agents.Thursday, the Dodgers announced the hiring of Jerry Hunsicker as the Senior Advisor to Baseball Operations...
Big Joe was the same old (AP)
Back in June, I asked if Joe Blanton was throwing too many strikes. It seemed that he was afraid to walk anyone.
During his time with the Phillies this season, Blanton’s K/BB ratio was 6.39, eclipsing his previous career high of 3.50 set in 2007 with Oakland. Big Joe was absolutely pounding the strike zone this season, almost to a fault. By throwing...