Dan Evans

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Daniel P. Evans

Biographical Information[edit]

Dan Evans is a long-time baseball executive, who was a General Manager, a top scout and an agent.

Evans was General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2001 to 2004 (hired on October 3, 2001). He had previously worked in the Chicago White Sox baseball operations department from 1981 to 1990, starting as an intern working closely with manager Tony LaRussa on integrating data generated by computer into game strategies, and was assistant GM of the White Sox from 1991 to 2000.

He also worked for the Chicago Cubs and Seattle Mariners before joining West Coast Sports Management in November 2007, where he became President and CEO of the Pasadena, CA based representation firm that included former Major Leaguers Bret Saberhagen and Jim Lentine on its staff. Later, he joined the Toronto Blue Jays as Director of Pacific Rim Operations.

He has also written a column for Baseball Prospectus and is a member of the publication's board of directors.

Preceded by
Dave Wallace
Los Angeles Dodgers General Manager
Succeeded by
Paul DePodesta

Further Reading[edit]

  • Anthony Castrovince: "This team moved home plate ... to hit HRs and win more games", mlb.com, September 27, 2021. [1]