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In the meantime, the Dodgers will need a new third base coach, hitting coach, and possibly a new general manager. Chris Woodward the Dodger’s third base coach has left to become the manager of the Texas Rangers. I think it speaks volumes that other teams are poaching the Dodger coaching staff and front office. These guys are good, and other teams want them. Consecutive pennant winning organizations will have this happen.
Not only is Woodward departing, but hitting coach Turner Ward has received his last kiss from Yasiel Puig. Ward is expected to join the Cincinnati Reds and become their hitting coach. This move is the most perplexing as Ward is leaving the Dodgers to join an organization that is clearly inferior on the field. The Reds have been terrible for years. I’m assuming that the Reds are just paying him more than the Dodgers were. Who knows? We wish them the best of luck, unless they’re playing the Dodgers.
It isn’t known whether #SFGiants have set deadline, but folks expect Farhan Zaidi to decide very soon whether to take SF offer to run their baseball ops. Generally speaking (and nothing to go with Zaidi whose team played til end) SF has been frustrated by process length/turndowns
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 6, 2018
Roberts and Dodgers will have deal. Believed to be completed by tomorrow for 4 years.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 6, 2018
Finally the evil Giants have offered their vacant president of baseball operations position to Dodger’s general manager Farhan Zaidi. Currently Zaidi is second in command under Andrew Friedman’s regime. With the Giants he would become the boss. Overseeing the baseball operations alongside Brian Sabean. The Giants have been pathetic for more than three seasons now as they’ve suffered with an aging roster and barren farm system. This makes a lot of sense for them. They’ve fallen behind the times. In order for them to compete they must adapt and implement a more modern system.
I’ve said before that I wouldn’t shed a tear if Zaidi left. Oscar is openly excited about the possibility of new blood in the Dodger front office. I stand by my original statement especially since Zaidi is the man responsible for signing guys like Brandon McCarthy, Brett Anderson, and many other terrible players. However he is also responsible for signing a lot of good players as well. He’s still a smart guy and while I said I wouldn’t shed a tear, I still don’t want him to leave to go to the Giants.
That’s because the Giants could become competitive again if Zaidi is running the show over there. Not likely anytime soon, but it could happen. We do not want the Giants to be competitive ever again. There’s also a sick bent appeal to holding onto Zaidi. He’s our nerd after all. Then again, he could completely screw up the Giants even worse than they already are, so you never know.
In the meantime, many people are claiming that Josh Byrnes is a candidate to take over Zaidi’s job if he decides to leave. I would be very weary of Byrnes taking over. He’s been a GM before and was terrible with the Padres and Dbacks. Granted that was years ago, but it still gives me the worries. Until we know a more clear picture, the Dodgers have some work to do, and could look very different next season.