The Baltimore Orioles will interview Jerry Dipoto on Tuesday and Tony LaCava on Wednesday for their vacant general manager's position, MASNSports.com reported Monday night.
Dipoto is vice president of scouting and player development for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He took the job on an interim basis in 2010 and helped turn a last-place club into a division winner, swinging deals for Daniel Hudson and Joe Saunders.
LaCava is assistant general manager for the Toronto Blue Jays. He is in charge of their player development and Latin American operations.
The position was vacated when Andy MacPhail stepped down as president of baseball operations after this season, Baltimore's 14th in succession without a postseason berth.
There was speculation that manager Buck Showalter would move into the front office but he decided to remain in the dugout.