We are excited to be able to keep Mark Sweeney in the Dodger organization and we congratulate him on his retirementPinch hitter Mark Sweeney retires Mar 06, 2009
We close a great chapter today on a great baseball playerJeff Kent retires from baseball Jan 22, 2009
We'll get together with (Manager) Joe (Torre) and come up with a planDodgers closer out with elbow injury Jul 16, 2008
Adding a quality reliever to our bullpen is important down the stretch and George is an established closer and an established left-handed pitcher, both of which are not easy to findDodgers acquire reliever George Sherrill Jul 30, 2009
David is an established veteran and has a long track record of successDodgers ink David Wells Aug 24, 2007
Ned Louis Colletti, Jr. is the General Manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He previously served as Assistant General Manager for the San Francisco Giants.
Colletti graduated from East Leyden High School in Franklin Park, Illinois and Northern Illinois University. Colletti began his Major League Career in 1982 with the Chicago Cubs. He worked in both the media relations and baseball operations departments. He was responsible for handling salary arbitration cases and assisting in player acquisitions. He was honored with the Robert O. Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence in 1990.
Colletti left the Cubs to join the front office of the San Francisco Giants, first in their public relations department, then in 1997 he became Assistant General Manager. The Giants recorded an 813–644 record (.558) during his time in that position.