The man who was the architect behind the recent success of the Toronto Blue Jays will now become the vice-president of baseball operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Alex Anthopoulous has found his way back into the game he loves and will now try and take the 2015 National League West division champs to the World Series for the first time since they won the title in 1988.
The 38-year-old Montreal native managed to get the Jays back into the playoffs for the first time since 1993 when they last won the World Series Championship in 1993.
Team president Paul Beeston retired just days after Anthopoulous announced he wouldn’t be returning to Toronto. Beeston was replaced by former Cleveland Indians executive Mark Shapiro and Ross Atkins is now the team’s new general manager.
Anthopoulos was with the Blue Jays organization for 12 years.
— maxine snively (@boredmom67) January 6, 2016