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Dodgers' new front office shows creativity with exciting moves
Dodgers' new front office shows creativity with exciting moves

The last general manager to win a World Series in Southern California was Bill Stoneman, the architect of the 2002 Angels. Stoneman was a Plan A guy. When he talked to another general manager, Stoneman had a pretty firm idea of what he wanted to do. If the other guy did not agree, Stoneman thanked him and moved on. Plan A or bust. It was a linear operation. Do this, do that, then do something else. One step at a time. Stoneman deserves all the credit in the world for turning the Angels into winners. But what unfolded Wednesday at baseball's winter meetings is fascinating and breathtaking, the sign of a new Dodgers front office that can marry a huge imagination with a huge wallet....

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