Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations
Josh Byrnes enters his fourth season as the Dodgers' Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations, where he's supervised the club's scouting and player development since being named to the position on Nov. 6, 2014.
He previously served as executive vice president/general manager for two of the Dodgers' NL West rivals, the Diamondbacks (Oct. 2005-July 2010) and Padres (Oct. 2011-June 2014). Byrnes began his baseball front offce career in 1994 with the Indians, working as an advance scout in 1995 and 1996 before being promoted to director of scouting in June 1998.
In fall 1999, Byrnes became assistant general manager of the Rockies and moved to the Red Sox in the same role for the 2003-05 seasons, helping Boston to the 2004 World Series title.
Originally from Washington, D.C., Byrnes attended Haverford (PA) College, where he established school career records in home runs and RBI. He has two daughters, Avery and Darby.