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Dee Gordon deal is textbook on how trades should be done

Dee Gordon – Photo Credit- SD Dirk Dee Gordon had a career year for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014. The son of former relief pitcher Tom “Flash” Gordon appeared in a career high 148 games — his previous career high was 87 — and drove in a career high 34 RBI’s and posted a solid .326 on base percentage. He also led the league in triples (12) and stolen bases (64). For...
Via Hot Stove MLB
2 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Dodgers in Review: UT Chone Figgins

PA AVG OBP SLG wRC+ HR WAR MiLB 74 .286 .392 .333 98 0 n/a MLB 76 .217 .373 .267 99 0 0.6 What happened in 2014: Walked a lot. Remember that time when Chone Figgins was a Dodger? That is something that we will say in a few years. Figgins was a little bit better than most Ned Colletti veteran signings, but that didn’t stop the Dodgers from moving on at the right time. Let’s...
Via Dodgers Digest
18 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Dodgers in Review: IF Miguel Rojas

PA AVG OBP SLG wRC+ HR WAR MLB 162 .181 .242 .221 34 0 0.5 MiLB 173 .302 .353 .434 101 0 n/a What happened in 2014: Was advertised as being an all-glove, no-bat infielder, and proved to be exactly that. In each of the last two spring trainings, Ned Colletti talked up how impressed he was with the glove of Miguel Rojas, who had joined the organization in the winter of 2012-13 after...
Via Dodgers Digest
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Duquette voted TSN's MLB executive of year

PHOENIX (AP) Baltimore's Dan Duquette was voted The Sporting News baseball executive of the year after the Orioles won their first AL East title since 1997. Duquette also won the award in 1992 as general manager of the Montreal Expos. Duquette became the fourth Baltimore winner after Harry Dalton (1970), Hank Peters (1979, `83) and Roland Hemond (1989). He received nine votes in...
Via AP on Fox
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

All Hail The Mighty New Dodgers Front Office

A month ago, when the Dodgers fell to the Cardinals in the NLDS, here’s how the front office looked: GM: Ned Colletti AGM / Scouting Director: Logan White AGM / VP Player Dev.: De Jon Watson Now: Pres. Baseball Ops: Andrew Friedman GM: Farhan Zaidi  (MLB moves) SVP, Baseball Ops: Josh Byrnes (scouting and player development) Dir. of Player Dev.: Gabe Kapler Dir. of Amateur Scouting...
Via Dodgers Digest
November 08, 2014  |  Discuss

The new Dodgers GM is Farhan Zaidi

Andrew Friedman has his new GM in Los Angeles. His choice for the position is former A’s assistant Farhan Zaidi, a 37-year old with a degree from MIT and a PhD in economics from Cal-Berkeley. THE NERDS ARE TAKING OVER! Dodgers will name Oakland's Farhan Zaidi the new general manager later this week, according to baseball source. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) November 5, 2014 ...
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November 05, 2014  |  Discuss

The new Dodgers GM is Farhan Zaidi

Andrew Friedman has his new GM in Los Angeles. His choice for the position is former A’s assistant Farhan Zaidi, a 37-year old with a degree from MIT and a PhD in economics from Cal-Berkeley. THE NERDS ARE TAKING OVER! Dodgers will name Oakland's Farhan Zaidi the new general manager later this week, according to baseball source. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) November 5, 2014 ...
Via The Outside Corner
November 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Dodgers to Hire Farhan Zaidi as New GM

Now this can be classified as a surprising move. The free-spending Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly set to hire sabermetrics savant and current Oakland Athletics assistant front office assistant Farhan Zaidi as the team’s new general manager. Dodgers will name Oakland's Farhan Zaidi the new general manager later this week, according to baseball source. — Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick...
Via Sportsnaut
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers decline Chad Billingsley’s option for 2015, but hopefully he returns

The Dodgers declined the $14 million option on Chad Billingsley and will instead buy him out for $3 million. This move makes him a free agent and ends the three-year, $35 million deal handed to him by former GM Ned Colletti. As you probably know by now, Billingsley lasted just two starts and 12 innings in 2013 before succumbing to an elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Offseason Dates To Remember

Finally, the 2014 season is over. The Giants are champions again. The cold, dark, nothingness of the winter looms. You’re older than you’ve ever been, and now you’re getting older. And now you’re older still. As soon as you’re born you start dying, right? …okay, that got dark, I guess, but also I’m not exactly sure how we’re supposed to feel after watching the Giants...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Coming Soon: Season Reviews

Has it really been less than two weeks since the 2014 season ended? Think about how much has happened since then. Ned Colletti is out-ish. Andrew Friedman is in. Okay, that might be the only two things, but they’re such big, big things. With that in mind, and with some open questions about who will actually be the GM — I still think Josh Byrnes! — and replace De Jon Watson...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Andrew Friedman Is Going To Do Something That Infuriates You

I’ve been thinking a lot about Andrew Friedman’s arrival with the Dodgers, and one of the things that really keeps coming up for me is simply that he’s an outsider to the organization. Ned Colletti had been in charge for so, so long, to the point that not a single current member of the Dodgers played for the team before he arrived. (Although several had been drafted and were...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Dodgers prevented Ned Colletti from making trades

The Dodgers finally demoted Ned Colletti as GM on Tuesday and announced that former Tampa Bay Rays executive Andrew Friedman was taking over as president of baseball operations. Even though the announcement of Colletti’s demotion was not made until this week, it seems like the Dodgers knew this was a direction they were heading. According...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 15, 2014  |  7 Comments

Ned Colletti was a lame duck GM & Andrew Friedman now moves the Dodgers forward

Zach Lee was an “untouchable” prospect at this year’s deadline. That concept from a recent article in the Los Angeles Times seemed ridiculous enough to write about on its own, but the deeper implications of it were far more significant and interesting. Essentially, yes, Zach Lee was labeled untouchable. But no, it wasn’t for anything he necessarily earned. Rather, Ned Colletti...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Why did the Yankees pass on Andrew Friedman? And why is Hal Steinbrenner like Hermey the Elf?

Yesterday, after hearing about how the Los Angeles Dodgers swooped up and signed Andrew Friedman, after firing GM Ned Colletti, I was natrually peeved. As my friend Sully put it, the Dodgers have back-to-back seasons making the playoffs, and they fire their GM, while the Yankees have back-to-back seasons, and give their GM a new contract. Good grief.I have had my eye on Andrew Friedman...
Via Subway Squawkers
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Friedman finally gets freedom, Dodgers finally get a bargain

Frankly, it's about time the Dodgers got with the program. If you're going to spend freely to get the best players, why not do the same to get the best general manager? Mind you, I don't know what Andrew Friedman will be paid to be the Dodgers' president of baseball operations. But I'm confident that whatever the price, it will produce a far better return than say, the Dodgers' two...
Via Fox Sports
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Storylines: Friedman joins Dodgers, Colletti reassigned

Top Stories The Los Angeles Dodgers made a foundation changing move on Tuesday that will potentially change the landscape of them for years to come. The Dodgers hired former Tampa Bay Rays GM Andrew Friedman as the new President of Operations of the team. Matthew Silverman will replace him. Since 2004, he crafted a roster in Tampa Bay with a limited payroll and smart drafting. The...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers hire Andrew Friedman to be president of baseball operations

Even a $200 million payroll doesn’t guarantee a World Series win, most teams can attest to that. Unfortunately for the Dodgers, they are paying a lot of players, a lot of money, and the last two years have been bounced from the NLDS and NLCS, both times by the St. Louis Cardinals. The Dodgers had two options, either stop playing the Cardinals, or figure out what needed to be done...
Via Baseball Essential
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers name Andrew Friedman president of baseball operations

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Tuesday that former Tampa Bay Rays executive vice president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman, has been hired as the clubs new president of baseball operations. Current general manager Ned Colletti will become a senior advisor to team president Stan Kasten. “Ned Colletti has played a major role in the success of the Los Angeles Dodgers...
Via Sports-Glory
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers name Andrew Friedman president of baseball operations

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Tuesday that former Tampa Bay Rays executive vice president of baseball operations, Andrew Friedman, has been hired as the clubs new president of baseball operations. Current general manager Ned Colletti will become a senior advisor to team president Stan Kasten. “Ned Colletti has played a major role in the success of the...
Via Sports-Glory
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Andrew Friedman Leaves Rays, Becomes Dodgers President Of Baseball Ops

Andrew Friedman has left the Tampa Bay Rays for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Friedman, who took over as the Rays’ general manager following the 2005 season, resigned from his position Tuesday. The Los Angeles Dodgers hired Friedman as their new president of baseball operations. Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti will remain with the organization. He’ll transition into a new role...
Via NESN.com
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers hire Rays' Friedman as president of baseball operations

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Fresh off another early playoff exit, the Los Angeles Dodgers shook up their front office Tuesday. They hired Andrew Friedman for the new position of president of baseball operations, while current general manger Ned Colletti will stay on in a new role as a senior adviser to team president and CEO Stan Kasten. Friedman comes from the Tampa Bay Rays, where he was...
Via AP on Fox
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Dodgers make the first splash of the offseason

Even though four baseball teams are still fighting for a World Series, the offseason has begun for the Los Angeles Dodgers. I was beginning to work on a piece about what the Dodgers need to do in the offseason to get over the hump and take home their first World Series title since 1988. Number one on my list was “replace Ned Colletti”. Andrew Friedman is the Dodgers’ new President...
Via isportsweb.com
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers hire Andrew Friedman from Rays

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Dodgers have hired Andrew Friedman for the new position of president of baseball operations, while current general manger Ned Colletti will stay on as a senior adviser to team president and CEO Stan Kasten. Friedman comes from the Tampa Bay Rays, where he was executive vice president of baseball operations for nine years after being hired at age 28. Kasten on...
Via AP on Fox
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

The End Of The Ned Colletti Era

Can you breathe yet? Can any of us? I’ve had a pretty good idea that Ned Colletti would be leaving the GM job for a few days, but I didn’t know until the announcement came out that Andrew Friedman would the one coming in. We’d heard the rumors, and dismissed them. Now, it’s real. But Colletti isn’t gone, fully. According to Ramona Shelburne, he’s being shifted (with a...
Via Dodgers Digest
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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