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Son Of Former Rockies General Manager Suspended 80 Games

NEW YORK (AP) – Atlanta Braves catcher Chris O’Dowd, a son of former Colorado manager Dan O’Dowd, has been suspended for 80 games under baseball’s minor league drug program. 147 more words


Former MLB GM Dan O'Dowd details the exhausting and humbling MLB Draft process

Major League Baseball’s annual June draft, which begins Monday, receives more attention now than ever before, in part because of an increasingly widespread understanding of its importance to building a winning ballclub. 1,005 more words


AUDIO: O'Dowd Talks @MBraves Win, At-Bats, Rockies GM Father

Chris O’Dowd came up big in Friday night’s 8-7 Mississippi Braves win over the Tennessee Smokies.  In his Braves organization debut, the backstop ripped a two-run triple down the right field line to pull the Braves close again in the 4th, then walked to force in the go-ahead run in the 5th. 119 more words

Five toughest roster dilemmas - starting with Bryant

Every Spring Training, general managers have to deal with major dilemmas regarding top prospects: Do you bring them north because you believe they give you the best chance to win now, or do you let them simmer in the Minors to work on some areas of improvement while also keeping their service time in check? 53 more words

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The MoJo Show Weekly Rewind 12/8-12/12

CBS college football analyst

“That’s what I think is dangerous abut the eye test and scores. There’s different styles to play this game, and a win is a win is a win.” 560 more words


Dan O'Dowd: 'Pretty Big Risk Signing Lester For Those Kind Of Dollars'

Billy Beane has had arguably the busiest offseason in all of baseball. The long-time Oakland general manager traded Josh Donaldson, Brandon Moss and Jeff Samardzija, signed Billy Butler and stockpiled young talent, including pitcher Chris Bassit, catcher Josh Phegley, and infielders Rangel Ravelo and Marcus Semien. 473 more words


Colorado Rockies New GM Takes A Different Approach To Baseball

DENVER (CBS4)– New Colorado Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich isn’t your typical baseball mind. The Harvard graduate plans to take more on an analytic approach to the game and has some interesting insights about altitude and the organization. 521 more words