Stan Kasten

Dodgers' Stan Kasten Talks Team Changes, Puig's Development With CBS2's Jim HillFollowing yet another year of the Los Angeles Dodgers falling short of their goal of a National League Pennant, team president Stan Kasten decided the front office, in addition to other areas of the club, was in need a big shake up.
Dodgers Formally Announce Zaidi As New GMThe Dodgers hired Farhan Zaidi as general manager and Josh Byrnes as senior vice president of baseball operations Thursday.
Top LA Baseball Notables To Take ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeWe take a look at some LA baseball notables to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Dodgers' Kasten Supports Call For Arbitrator To End Cable BlackoutDodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten supported the call Tuesday night for an arbitrator to help resolve the ongoing broadcast dispute between Time Warner Cable and other carriers, which has prohibited 70 percent of residents from watching games on TV in 2014.
Dodgers Doctor Behind Tommy John Surgery Dies At 88The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that Dr. Frank Jobe, a legendary figure in the world of sports, has died Thursday morning in Santa Monica at the age of 88.
Source: Magic Johnson Group To Buy Part Of Los Angeles SparksA person familiar with the situation says Magic Johnson is part of a group buying the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA.
Dodgers' Yasiel Puig To Give Up Driving After His 2nd Reckless Driving ArrestJust a few days after Yasiel Puig was seen arrested in Florida for reckless driving, Dodgers President Stan Kasten told ESPN Radio that the 22-year-old Cuban will be giving up driving.
Don Mattingly, Dodgers Reportedly In Talks For Long-Term DealThe Dodgers reportedly are discussing a new multiyear contract with Manager Don Mattingly.
Dodgers President Kasten Defends Struggling Kemp Amid Crowd's BoosDodgers star center fielder Matt Kemp has been hearing the boo-birds at Dodger Stadium for about a week now as he continues to struggle -- now Dodgers president Stan Kasten is speaking on the issue.
Kasten Says Mattingly Will Be Staying With Dodgers For A Long TimeDon Mattingly isn't in immediate danger of being fired as manager of the last-place Los Angeles Dodgers, with team president Stan Kasten saying none of the players are asking for his dismissal, either.
Padres CEO Apologizes To Dodgers For Comments About Zack GreinkeSan Diego Padres President and CEO Tom Garfinkel has apologized to the Los Angeles Dodgers for comments he made about Zack Greinke.
Front Office Blames Injuries For Dodgers Not Making PlayoffsLos Angeles Dodgers manager Ned Colletti says the team's priorities going into next season involve adding a starting pitcher, keeping the bullpen intact, and improving the bench.
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