Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Long-time baseball executive Bob Wolfe enters his 11th year with the Dodgers and fourth season as the club’s Chief Operating Officer after joining the club as executive vice president in 2012. In his role, Wolfe is responsible for carrying out the club’s day-to-day administrative operations and advising and executing on organization-wide operating strategies. He also serves as the team’s liaison to MLB on a variety of matters - including scheduling and planning for 2022 All-Star Week - and is board member of the Los Angeles Dodger Foundation.
In Los Angeles, Wolfe rejoined Dodger President and CEO Stan Kasten with whom he teamed with at the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals, where he served as executive vice president from 2006-11. Prior to that, he worked in various capacities with the Braves and NBA’s Atlanta Hawks for more than 20 years, including serving as Braves’ senior vice president of administration from 1992-2003. After working in the Braves’ accounting department from 1980-84, Wolfe accepted a position as Hawks business manager in 1985 and was promoted to the role of vice president in 1988.
Wolfe and his wife, Kelly Koelker, and their daughter, Ellery, live in Pasadena.