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Perry Minasian

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Perry Minasian
Los Angeles Angels
General Manager
Teams
As scout

As assistant general manager

As general manager

Perry Minasian (born 1980) is an American baseball executive. He is the general manager of the Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball.[1] He previously served as a scout and assistant general manager in the Toronto Blue Jays and Atlanta Braves organizations, respectively.[2]

Early Life

Minasian was raised in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex of Texas, where he became involved in baseball when he was eight years old as a batboy for the Texas Rangers. His father, Zack, also worked with the team as an assistant clubhouse manager. Minasian played baseball as well while attending Lamar High School, and the University of Texas at Arlington.[3]

Career

Minasian himself became a clubhouse attendant for the Rangers in 1996.[4] In 2003, he was hired as a scout for the Texas Rangers. He would later serve as a staff assistant to then manager Buck Showalter.[5]

In 2009, Minasian was hired as a scout by the Toronto Blue Jays. He spent six of his nine seasons in Toronto as the director of pro scouting. In his final two seasons with the team, the Blue Jays made back-to-back trips to the American League Championship Series.[6]

Following his departure from the Blue Jays, Minasian was hired by the Atlanta Braves in September 2017. He served as an assistant general manager and as vice president of baseball operations under Alex Anthopoulos. Minasian had previously worked with Anthopoulos in Toronto.[7] The Braves won the National League East in each of Minasian's three seasons, reaching the National League Championship Series in October 2020.

In November 2020, following the firing of Billy Eppler, Minasian was named the general manager of the Los Angeles Angels. He signed a four-year contract.[8]

Personal life

Minasian and his wife, Michelle, have four children[9]

Minasian has three brothers; Calvin, Zack Jr, and Rudy. Calvin serves as a clubhouse coordinator for the Washington Nationals while Zack Jr. serves as a pro scouting director for the San Francisco Giants.[10] Rudy practices law in the city of Chicago.[11]

Minasian is of Armenian descent.[12]

References

  1. ^ Braves reworking front office, hire Andrew Tinnish, promote Perry Minasian
  2. ^ Fletcher, Jeff. "Source: Braves assistant GM Perry Minasian is 'front-runner' to be named Angels GM". Orange County Register. Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  3. ^ https://www.dallasnews.com/sports/rangers/2020/11/12/from-the-rangers-clubhouse-to-the-angels-front-office-perry-minasians-rise-in-baseball-has-been-a-family-affair/
  4. ^ Bowman, Mark. "Braves add Fisher, Minasian to front office". Atlanta Braves. Retrieved 13 September 2017.
  5. ^ Fletcher, Jeff. "Angels hire Perry Minasian as new general manager". Orange County Register. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  6. ^ "ANGELS HIRE BRAVES' PERRY MINASIAN AS NEW GENERAL MANAGER". Fox Sports. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  7. ^ Acquavella, Katherine. "Los Angeles Angels hire Perry Minasian as new general manager". CBS Sports. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  8. ^ Oz, Mike. "Angels choose Braves' Perry Minasian as next GM". Yahoo! Sports. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  9. ^ "Angels Front Office Executives". Los Angeles Angels.
  10. ^ Gonzalez, Aiden. "Los Angeles Angels make Perry Minasian general manager". ESPN. Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  11. ^ Bowman, Mark. "Minasian gives new meaning to 'baseball lifer'". Atlanta Braves. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  12. ^ "Minasian to Talk on 'A Baseball Life' at St. James". Armenian Weekly. Retrieved 28 August 2012.
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