All six of the Dodgers’ minor league managers will return for the upcoming season, the organization announced Monday.
Former major league catcher Damon Berryhill will manage the organization’s triple-A affiliate, which will now be based in Oklahoma City. Last season, the Dodgers’ triple-A team was in Albuquerque, N.M.
Rookie-league managers John Shoemaker and Jack McDowell will switch assignments. Shoemaker, who was in charge of the Arizona League team, will move to the advanced-rookie Ogden. McDowell will take over the Arizona League team.
Damon Mashore, who was previously the organization’s outfield and baserunning coordinator, will be the new minor league hitting coordinator. Mashore will replace Eric Owens, who was hired as the assistant hitting coach of the
Rick Knapp will return for his third season as the pitching coordinator.
Clayton McCullough, who spent the eight previous seasons in the Toronto Blue Jays organization, will be the new field coordinator.
Triple-A Oklahoma City:
Manager - Damon Berryhill
Pitching coach - Scott Radinsky
Hitting coach - Franklin Stubbs
4th coach - Johnny Washington
Manager - Razor Shines
Pitching coach - Matt Herges
Hitting coach - Shawn Wooten
4th coach - Leo Garcia
Single-A Rancho Cucamonga:
Manager - PJ Forbes
Pitching coach - Bill Simas
Hitting coach - Mike Eylward
4th coach - Rafael Ozuna
Single-A Great Lakes:
Manager - Bill Haselman
Pitching coach - Glenn Dishman
Hitting coach - Jay Gibbons
4th coach - Luis Matos
Manager - John Shoemaker
Pitching coach -Bobby Cuellar
Hitting coach - Darryl Brinkley
4th coach - Fumi Ishibashi
Rookie-level AZL Dodgers:
Manager - Jack McDowell
Pitching coach - Greg Sabat
Hitting coach -
4th coach- Gil Velazquez
Field coordinator - Clayton McCullough
Hitting coordinator - Damon Mashore
Catching coordinator - Travis Barbary
Pitching coordinator - Rick Knapp
Infield coordinator - Juan Castro
Outfield/baserunning coordinator - Brady Clark
Asst. hitting coordinator - Todd Takayoshi