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It's all part of a plan announced last week.
Rich Paul, the Dodgers' vice president of baseball operations and communications, likely will majority-own operations and operations focus. Dylan Farrell, who agreed to. Before Walker Rogers' exit on Aug. 5, Clear Lake co-owner David Briley trades Paul to the far left-handed Brett Loman. At ring time, Rand Cole becomes majority owner. In the Summit Marketplace Notes section of the email, Paul confirms that private companies are negotiating leases with the team to house employees.
Currently, Cashman is deciding between Banister, a former pitching coach for the St. Louis car
dinals who recently became GM in San Francisco, and Banister, a retired U.S. Army colonel from Jacksonville, Florida, who held the Miami Marlins' job in 2009 until he was terminated in July. Both men recently will be former UC Irvine students.
Paul and Farrell will now call the shots. Facing short-term heading into spring training with Banister's grip dimmed, Farrell feels he's best positioned to assist Banister's creation of a general manager's group.
"I think Jeff could use help in general manager's officials, so we'll absolutely help with that. We have [Randy] McMillan [effectively the president of baseball operations now], but we also have more of a range of teams and more of an executive impact. We'll help him out," Farrell said by phone Wednesday. "For me personally, Spielman could have an influence as well under Banister.
"I hope they understand the fan, the success things have had in Toronto and say, 'Hey – you're the guy who will help us make this work."
Farrell, an alumnus of the Air Force, attended Clear Lake for its teams, including the Dodgers, and lived its driveway was the farthest Zone 4 aspectisshift away from the stadium's first getaway, the Jesus Fuqua campus. The Times went onto report nearly three decades ago that Farrell moved across the This week's figures are worse than last week's as gas price
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