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List of Los Angeles Dodgers owners and executives

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Andrew Friedman is the incumbent President of Baseball Operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Andrew Friedman is the incumbent President of Baseball Operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

This article is a list of Los Angeles Dodgers owners and executives.

Owners

# Name Years Notes Ref
1 Charles Byrne and Ferdinand  Abell 18831890 [1]
2 Charles Byrne, Ferdinand  Abell and George Chauncey 18911897 Merger of Brooklyn Bridegrooms and Brooklyn Ward's Wonders [1]
3 Charles Ebbets and Ferdinand Abell 18971898 Byrne dies, his shares & Chauncey's bought by Ebbets & Abell [1]
4 Charles Ebbets, Ferdinand Abell, Harry Von der Horst, Ned  Hanlon 18991904 Merger of Brooklyn Bridegrooms and Baltimore Orioles [1]
5 Charles Ebbets, Ferdinand Abell, Henry Medicus, Ned Hanlon 19051906 Ebbets & Medicus buy out Von der Horst [1]
6 Charles Ebbets and Henry Medicus 19071912 Ebbets & Medicus buy out Abell & Hanlon [1]
7 Charles Ebbets, Ed McKeever and Stephen McKeever 19121925 Ebbets & The McKeevers buy out Medicus [1]
8 Stephen McKeever, Grace Slade Ebbets, Joseph Gilleaudeau and Brooklyn Trust Company 19251938 Ebbets & Ed McKeever die; team becomes officially known as the Dodgers in 1932 [1]
9 James Mulvey & Dearie Mulvey, Grace Slade Ebbets, Joseph Gilleaudeau and Brooklyn Trust Company 19381944 Stephen McKeever dies, shares inherited by the Mulveys [1]
10 Branch Rickey, Walter O'Malley, James Lawrence Smith, and James Mulvey & Dearie Mulvey 19451950 Rickey, O'Malley & Smith buy out the Ebbets Estate [1]
11 Walter O'Malley, Mrs. Smith and James Mulvey & Dearie Mulvey 19501958 James Smith dies, leaving his shares to his wife; O'Malley buys out Rickey [1]
12 Walter O'Malley and James Mulvey & Dearie Mulvey 19581975 Dodgers move to Los Angeles, Mrs. Smith sells her shares to O'Malley & the Mulveys [1]
13 Walter O'Malley 19751979 O'Malley buys out the Mulveys [1]
14 Peter O'Malley and Terry Seidler 19791997 Walter O'Malley dies, shares inherited by Peter O'Malley & Terry Seidler [1]
15 Fox Entertainment Group 19981999 Fox purchases the team [1]
16 Fox Entertainment Group and Robert Daly 19992004 Daly buys minority share in team [1]
17 Frank McCourt 20042012 McCourt purchases Dodgers from Fox & Daly [1]
18 Guggenheim Baseball Management
(Mark Walter, Magic Johnson, Stan Kasten, Peter Guber, Bobby Patton and Todd Boehly)
20122018 Guggenheim Group purchases Dodgers after bankruptcy court proceedings [2]
19 Guggenheim Baseball Management
(Mark Walter, Magic Johnson, Stan Kasten, Peter Guber, Bobby Patton, Todd Boehly)
and
Billie Jean King & Ilana Kloss
20182019 King & Kloss buy a minority share of team [3]
20 Guggenheim Baseball Management
(Mark Walter, Magic Johnson, Stan Kasten, Peter Guber, Bobby Patton, Todd Boehly)
and
Billie Jean King, Ilana Kloss, Alan Smolinisky & Robert L. Plummer
2019–present Smolinisky & Plummer buy a share of team [4]

Chairmen

# Name Seasons Notes Ref
1 Walter O'Malley 19701979 Walter O'Malley steps down as President and assumes newly created position of Chairman [1]
2 Peter O'Malley 19801998 Walter O'Malley dies, his son Peter succeeds him [1]
3 Robert Daly 19992004 Minority Owner Robert Daly becomes Chairman [1]
4 Frank McCourt 20042012 New Owner Frank McCourt becomes chairman [1]
5 Mark Walter 2012–present Controlling Partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management [1]

Presidents

Incumbent Dodgers team president Stan Kasten
Incumbent Dodgers team president Stan Kasten
# Name Seasons Notes Ref
1 Charlie Byrne 18901897 [1]
2 Charles Ebbets 18981925 elected president upon Byrne's death [1]
3 Ed McKeever 1925 acting president upon Ebbets death [1]
4 Wilbert Robinson 19251930 elected president upon McKeever's death [1]
5 Frank York 19301932 [1]
6 Stephen McKeever 19321938 [1]
7 Larry MacPhail 19381942 [1]
8 Branch Rickey 19421950 succeeds MacPhail, who quit to join the army [1]
9 Walter O'Malley 19501970 [1]
10 Peter O'Malley 19701997 Walter O'Malley steps down to become Chairman, his son Peter succeeds him [1]
11 Bob Graziano 19982004 appointed President by Fox Entertainment Group [1]
12 Jamie McCourt 20042009 appointed President by her husband, Frank [1]
13 Dennis Mannion 20092010 [5]
14 Stan Kasten 2012–present The team had no official president from 2010-2012 [6]

General Managers

The Dodgers did not employ a General Manager until 1950. Before then, the team President had the duties commonly associated with the GM.[7]

Former GM Ned Colletti
Former GM Ned Colletti
# Name Seasons Notes Ref
1 Branch Rickey 1950 [8]
2 Buzzie Bavasi 19511968 Won 8 NL Pennants & 4 World Series [9]
3 Fresco Thompson 1968 Died shortly after taking job [10]
4 Al Campanis 19681987 Won 4 NL Pennants & 1 World Series [11]
5 Fred Claire 19871998 Won 1 NL Pennant & 1 World Series [12]
6 Tommy Lasorda 1998 Interim [13]
7 Kevin Malone 19992001 [14]
8 Dave Wallace 2001 Interim [15]
9 Dan Evans 20012004 [16]
10 Paul DePodesta 20042005 [17]
11 Ned Colletti 20052014 [18]
12 Farhan Zaidi 20142018 Won 2 NL Pennants [19]
13 Vacant 2019–present [20]

Other front office personnel

Current

Name Position Ref
Andrew Friedman President of Baseball Operations [21]
Bob Wolfe Executive Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer [21]
Tucker Kain President, Business Enterprise [21]
Sam Fernandez Executive VP & General Counsel [21]
Lon Rosen Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer [21]
Tommy Lasorda Special Advisor to the Chairman [21]
Josh Byrnes Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations [21]
Janet Marie Smith Senior VP, Planning and Development [21]
Antonio Morici Senior VP, Premium Sales & Service [21]
Brandon Gomes Vice President & Assistant General Manager [21]
David Finley Vice President, Amateur and International Scouting [21]
Jeffrey Kingston Vice President & Assistant General Manager [22]
Ralph Esquibel Vice President, Information Technology [21]
Ismael Cruz Vice President, International Scouting [21]
Galen Carr Director, Player Personnel [21]
Billy Gasparino Director, Amateur Scouting [21]
Eric Potterat Director, Specialized Performance Programs [21]
Ellen Harrigan Director, Baseball Administration [21]
Scott Akasaki Director, Team Travel [21]
Alex Slater Director, Baseball Development and Scouting [21]
Duncan Webb Director, Baseball Resources [21]
Scott Powers Director, Quantitative Analysis [21]
William Rhymes Director, Player Development [21]
Matt McGrath Assistant Director, Player Development [21]
Gerry Hunsicker Special Advisor, Baseball Operations [21]
Pat Corrales Special Assistant to the GM [21]
Raúl Ibañez Special Assistant to the GM [21]
Joel Peralta Special Assistant, Baseball Operations [21]
José Vizcaíno Special Assistant, Player Personnel [21]
Ralph Avila Senior Scouting Advisor, Dominican Republic [21]
Ron Porterfield Director, Player Health [21]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah "Dodgers Owners". MLB.com. Los Angeles Dodgers. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  2. ^ ESPN.com news services (May 2, 2012). "Sale of Dodgers finalized". ESPN.com. Retrieved September 23, 2018.
  3. ^ Gurnick, Ken (September 21, 2018). "Addition of King, Kloss sends 'strong message'". MLB.com. Retrieved October 31, 2018.
  4. ^ "Los Angeles Dodgers Add Two Entrepreneurs to Ownership Team". The Wall Street Journal. September 19, 2019.
  5. ^ Dennis Mannion bio on Dodgers.com
  6. ^ Dennis Mannion bio on Dodgers.com
  7. ^ Dodgers General Managers
  8. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Branch Rickey". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  9. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Buzzie Bavasi". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  10. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Fresco Thompson". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  11. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Al Campanis". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  12. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Fred Claire". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  13. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Tom Lasorda". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  14. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Kevin Malone". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  15. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Dave Wallace". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  16. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Dan Evans". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  17. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Paul DePodesta". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  18. ^ "Baseball America Executive Database:Ned Colletti". Baseball America. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  19. ^ "Dodgers hire Farhan Zaidi as GM". ESPN.com. Retrieved November 6, 2014.
  20. ^ Acquavella, Katherine (Dec 7, 2018). "Reports: Dodgers not hiring a new general manager after Farhan Zaidi left to join Giants this offseason". CBS Sports. Retrieved August 1, 2019.
  21. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Dodgers Front Office Directory". MLB.com. Los Angeles Dodgers. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
  22. ^ Gurnick, Ken (December 9, 2018). "Dodgers add Kingston as assistant GM". MLB.com. Retrieved December 10, 2018.
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