As expected, Andrew Friedman will continue on as the President of Baseball Operations for the Dodgers, according to Jon Heyman.
Dodgers have no known plans to announce baseball president Andrew Friedman’s extension. But he’s extended. And deservedly so. Dodgers will also hire assistant pitching coach (in house likely) and bullpen coach (Josh Bard likely, via @Joelsherman1). Those 2 moves will be announced
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 20, 2019
According to Heyman, Friedman’s extension has been signed, but it will not be formally announced by the team in the foreseeable future. The organization has always demonstrated a fairly interesting level of secrecy when it comes to the contract of Andrew Friedman, possibly at Friedman’s personal request. When he first agreed to become the Dodgers’ president of baseball operations back in 2015, Friedman’s contract length of five years was known, but his dollar figure went announced for another season.
Friedman has done an excellent job as the PBO of the Dodgers over the past five seasons, helping the Dodgers win the division…