Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Krivsky to Baltimore

Former Reds' general manager Wayne Krivsky has been hired by the O's:

The Orioles today named former Cincinnati Reds front office executive Wayne Krivsky as special assistant to Andy MacPhail, president of baseball operations. Krivsky has more than 30 years of experience in baseball operations and will be involved in all aspects of the Orioles' major league operations, including scouting, contracts and other baseball administration responsibilities.
Though Krivsky didn't distinguish himself as the Reds' GM, he is a well respected scouting and player development guy, so bringing him into the fold is a good move by MacPhail.

3 comments:

Justin Zeth said...

Wait, Wayne Krivsky was the Reds' manager? Then what was Dusty? Manliness consultant? :)

Grant said...

As long as he doesn't let him reacquire Corey Patterson everything will be OK.

Craig Calcaterra said...

Um, yeah.