This is a list of Major League Baseball general managers.

List

Several of these general managers operate with the titles of "president of baseball operations" in addition to general manager. Others, while maintaining the title of general manager, are subordinate to presidents of baseball operations who have final authority on team personnel decisions. For example, Cardinals GM Mike Girsch reports to former GM and current president of baseball operations John Mozeliak and Red Sox GM Brian O'Halloran reports to chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom. Similar relationships appear to exist in Minnesota (Thad Levine reporting to Derek Falvey), Tampa Bay (Peter Bendix to Erik Neander), Cleveland (Mike Chernoff to Chris Antonetti), Philadelphia (Sam Fuld to Dave Dombrowski), Kansas City (J. J. Picollo to Dayton Moore), Texas (Chris Young to Jon Daniels), the Los Angeles Dodgers (Brandon Gomes to Andrew Friedman), the Chicago Cubs (Carter Hawkins to Jed Hoyer), and Cincinnati (Nick Krall to Dick Williams). GM-president responsibilities with the Athletics (David Forst and Billy Beane), the Blue Jays (Ross Atkins and Mark Shapiro), the Mets (Billy Eppler and Sandy Alderson), the Brewers (Matt Arnold and David Stearns), and the White Sox (Rick Hahn and Kenny Williams) are less clear in terms of who holds the highest authority.

Key
AL American League
NL National League
Rick Hahn (White Sox)
Rick Hahn (White Sox)
Brian Cashman (Yankees)
Brian Cashman (Yankees)
Mike Chernoff (Guardians)
Mike Chernoff (Guardians)
Mike Rizzo (Nationals)
Mike Rizzo (Nationals)
Team Division General Manager Date of hire College Baseball career Previous Ref
Arizona Diamondbacks NL West Mike Hazen October 16, 2016 Princeton University
Minors Dave Stewart [1]
Atlanta Braves NL East Alex Anthopoulos November 13, 2017 McMaster University None John Coppolella [2]
Baltimore Orioles AL East Mike Elias November 13, 2018 Yale University College Dan Duquette
Boston Red Sox AL East Brian O'Halloran[a] October 28, 2019 Colby College
UCLA
None Dave Dombrowski [3]
Chicago Cubs NL Central Carter Hawkins[b] October 15, 2021 Vanderbilt University College Jed Hoyer [4]
Chicago White Sox AL Central Rick Hahn October 26, 2012 University of Michigan
(Harvard Law School, MBA Northwestern University)
High School Kenny Williams
Cincinnati Reds NL Central Nick Krall[c] May 11, 2018 LSU High school Dick Williams [5]
Cleveland Guardians AL Central Mike Chernoff[d] October 6, 2015 Princeton University College Chris Antonetti [6]
Colorado Rockies NL West Bill Schmidt October 2, 2021 Jeff Bridich [7]
Detroit Tigers AL Central Scott Harris September 19, 2022 UCLA (MBA Northwestern) High School Sam Menzin [8]
Houston Astros AL West James Click February 3, 2020 Yale University None Jeff Luhnow
Kansas City Royals AL Central J. J. Picollo[e] September 14, 2021 George Washington University Minors Dayton Moore
Los Angeles Angels AL West Perry Minasian November 22, 2020 University of Texas at Arlington College Billy Eppler
Los Angeles Dodgers NL West Brandon Gomes[f] January 18, 2022 Tulane University 2011–2015 Farhan Zaidi [9]
Miami Marlins NL East Kim Ng November 13, 2020 University of Chicago College softball Michael Hill [10]
Milwaukee Brewers NL Central Matt Arnold November 19, 2020 University of California, Santa Barbara None David Stearns
Minnesota Twins AL Central Thad Levine[g] November 3, 2016 Haverford College
(MBA UCLA)
College Terry Ryan
New York Mets NL East Billy Eppler November 18, 2021 (San Diego Mesa)

(University of Connecticut)

College Zack Scott (acting)
New York Yankees AL East Brian Cashman February 3, 1998 Catholic University of America College Bob Watson [11]
Oakland Athletics AL West David Forst October 5, 2015 Harvard University Minors Billy Beane [12]
Philadelphia Phillies NL East Sam Fuld[h] December 22, 2020 Stanford University 2007–2015 Matt Klentak
Pittsburgh Pirates NL Central Ben Cherington November 18, 2019 Amherst College High school Neal Huntington
San Diego Padres NL West A. J. Preller August 6, 2014 Cornell None Josh Byrnes [13]
San Francisco Giants NL West Pete Putila[i] October 10, 2022 West Virginia University High School Scott Harris
Seattle Mariners AL West Justin Hollander[j] October 2, 2022 Ohio State University/University of San Diego None Jerry Dipoto [14]
St. Louis Cardinals NL Central Mike Girsch[k] June 30, 2017 University of Notre Dame
(MBA University of Chicago)
None John Mozeliak [15]
Tampa Bay Rays AL East Peter Bendix December 16, 2021 Tufts University None Erik Neander [16]
Texas Rangers AL West Chris Young[l] December 4, 2020 Princeton University 2004–2017 Jon Daniels [17]
Toronto Blue Jays AL East Ross Atkins December 3, 2015 Wake Forest University Minors Alex Anthopoulos
Washington Nationals NL East Mike Rizzo March 4, 2009 St. Xavier University Minors Jim Bowden [18]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ O'Halloran reports to Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom
  2. ^ Hawkins reports to Cubs President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer
  3. ^ Krall reports to Reds President of Baseball Operations Dick Williams
  4. ^ Chernoff reports to Guardians President of Baseball Operations Chris Antonetti
  5. ^ Picollo reports to Royals President of Baseball Operations Dayton Moore
  6. ^ Gomes reports to Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman
  7. ^ Levine reports to Twins president of baseball operations Derek Falvey
  8. ^ Fuld reports to Phillies President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski
  9. ^ Harris reports to President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi
  10. ^ Hollander reports to President of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto
  11. ^ Girsch reports to Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak
  12. ^ Young reports to Rangers President of Baseball Operations Jon Daniels

References

  1. ^ "D-backs name former Boston exec Hazen GM". diamondbacks.com. Retrieved October 16, 2016.
  2. ^ Bowman, Mark (November 13, 2017). "Braves introduce Anthopoulos as new GM, VP". braves.com. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  3. ^ Speier, Alex (October 29, 2019). "New Red Sox GM Brian O'Halloran earned his admirers behind the scenes". The Boston Globe. Retrieved November 1, 2019.
  4. ^ "Theo Epstein leaving Cubs after nine seasons, World Series title; Jed Hoyer to take over in Chicago". CBS Sports. November 18, 2020. Retrieved April 6, 2021.
  5. ^ Todd, Jeff (November 4, 2015). "Reds Promote Dick Williams To GM; Jocketty To Serve As President Of Baseball Ops". mlb trade rumors. Retrieved November 4, 2015.
  6. ^ Hoynes, Paul (October 6, 2015). "Cleveland Indians promote Chris Antonetti, Mike Chernoff to new roles". espn.go.com. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  7. ^ Saunders, Patrick (July 3, 2021). "Bill Schmidt named Rockies' fourth general manager in club history". The Denver Post. Retrieved October 2, 2021.
  8. ^ Beard, Rod (August 5, 2015). "Dombrowski out as Tigers GM; Avila takes over". The Detroit News. Retrieved August 7, 2014.
  9. ^ Toribio, Juan (January 18, 2022). "Dodgers name former pitcher Gomes GM". mlb.com. Retrieved January 19, 2022.
  10. ^ "Miami Marlins hire Kim Ng as MLB's first female general manager". ESPN.com. November 13, 2020.
  11. ^ Botte, Peter (February 3, 1998). "Cashman's On The Fast Track". New York Daily News. Archived from the original on July 7, 2012. Retrieved March 27, 2012.
  12. ^ "A's announce front office promotions for Beane, Forst". CSN Bay Area. Retrieved October 5, 2015.
  13. ^ Heyman, John (August 6, 2014). "A.J. Preller accepts five-year deal to become Padres GM". CBS Sports. Retrieved August 6, 2014.
  14. ^ "Mariners promote Hollander to GM under Dipoto". MLB.com.
  15. ^ "St. Louis Cardinals promote John Mozeliak to president, Michael Girsch to GM".
  16. ^ Topkin, Marc (December 17, 2021). "Rays name Peter Bendix general manager among several promotions". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved December 25, 2021.
  17. ^ "Rangers agree to extension with GM Daniels". MLB.com. March 4, 2011. Retrieved October 29, 2011.
  18. ^ "Rizzo Gets New Duties; Kasten: No Urgency for Search". The Washington Post. Retrieved May 12, 2010.