Assistant General Manager, Major League and International Operations
Dan Feinstein enters his second season as assistant general manager, pro scouting and player personnel and his 17th in the Athletics organization. He was promoted to his current position after four years as director of professional scouting/baseball development. In addition to guiding the team's professional and international scouting efforts, Feinstein assists Billy Beane and David Forst in all aspects of baseball operations, including contract negotiations, arbitration, trade analysis, and the interpretation of ML rules.
This is Feinstein's second stint with the A's, having previously served in a variety of capacities from 1994-2004, including the role of assistant, amateur scouting and video coordinator. He spent the 2005 season as coordinator, baseball operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers and was director, baseball operations for the Tampa Bay Rays for six seasons from 2006-11 prior to rejoining the A's.
A native of Lafayette, CA, he attended UC Davis and earned a degree in Medieval European History. Feinstein resides in Lafayette with his wife, Meghan, and two children, Will and Charlotte.