This fall at Pepperdine, students will be offered a class called “The General Manager.’’
It will be taught by a guy who will need no formal introduction, no curriculum vitae, not even a syllabus.
Professor Ned Colletti can just show them a video of Tuesday’s All-Star game.
The careers of the five Dodgers representatives are filled with Colletti fingerprints from his nine-year tenure as Dodger general manager, a job that ended three seasons ago with a legacy that just keeps getting stronger.
Clayton Kershaw, Cory Seager and Cody Bellinger were drafted by Colletti’s regime.
Kenley Jansen was moved from catcher to pitcher under Colletti’s guidance.