The Los Angeles Dodgers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they are extending the contract of general manager Ned Colletti. The terms of the agreement were not available, except that it would be a multi-year deal. "It's a long-term deal and I'll be here for a long time and maybe here for longer than that," said Colletti. In his four-year tenure as general manager, Colletti has guided the Dodgers to the playoffs three out of four seasons, and helped the team capture back-to-back division titles for the first time since 1977-78. This news comes on the heels of many organizational developments in recent weeks.
Joe Torre reaffirmed his intentions to retire after the 2010 season; Don Mattingly interviewed for the Cleveland Indians job; and most recently, owner Frank McCourt separated from ...
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