Gord Ash

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Gord Ash worked in the Toronto Blue Jays front office for many years, after starting off in ticket sales in 1978, before becoming the team's General Manager on October 14, 1994. He remained in that position until 2001. Prior to becoming GM, Ash was an operations supervisor in 1979, assistant director of operations in 1980-1984, player personnel administrator in 1985-1988 and assistant GM in 1989-1994. Ash has been Assistant GM of the Milwaukee Brewers since 2003, where he worked for fellow Canadian Doug Melvin. In 2015, he was named the Brewers' Vice-Persident of Baseball Projects.

He was elected to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019.

Preceded by
Pat Gillick
Toronto Blue Jays General Manager
Succeeded by
J.P. Ricciardi

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