Managers and ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Managers and ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers


* Charles Byrne, Ferdinand Abell (1883-1890)
* Charles Byrne, Ferdinand Abell, George Chauncey (1891-1897)
* Charlie Ebbets, Ferdinand Abell (1897-1898)
* Charles Ebbets, Ferdinand Abell, Harry Von der Horst, Ned Hanlon (1899-1904)
* Charles Ebbets, Ferdinand Abell, Henry Medicus, Ned Hanlon (1905-1906)
* Charles Ebbets, Henry Medicus (1907-1912)
* Charles Ebbets, Ed McKeever, Stephen McKeever (1912-1925)
* Stephen McKeever, heirs of Charles Ebbets and Brooklyn Trust Company (1925-45)
* Branch Rickey [cite news |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=Book Honors Baseball's "Brain" Branch Rickey |year= |publisher= |quote=Rickey controlled the Dodgers through 1950, owning a quarter of the team's shares, until his piece of the team was bought out by Walter O'Malley. ... | url= |publisher=Missourinet ] , Walter O'Malley, Andrew J. Schmitz. [cite news |first= |last= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=Andrew J. Schmitz, 83; Part-Owner of Dodgers |url= |quote=Funeral services will be held today in Huntington, Long Island, for Andrew J. Schmitz, a former insurance executive and onetime part-owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team with Branch Rickey and Walter O'Malley. |publisher=New York Times |date=February 19, 1980, Tuesday |accessdate=2007-08-21 ] Other minority owners included: John A. Smith, and the heirs of Steve McKeever (1945-1950)
* Walter O'Malley (1950-1970), majority owner, at 75 percent, with the Mulvey family representing the McKeever interest
* Peter O'Malley (1970-1997)
* News Corporation (1998-2005)
* Frank McCourt (2005- )


* Charles Byrne (1890-1897)
* Charlie Ebbets (1898-1925)
* Wilbert Robinson (1925-1931)
* Bob Quinn (1933-1935)
* Larry MacPhail (1938-1942)
* Branch Rickey (1943-1950)
* Walter O'Malley (1950-1970)
* Peter O'Malley (1970-1997)
* Robert Graziano (1998-2004)
* Jamie McCourt (2004-present)


*Walter O'Malley (1970-1979)
*Peter O'Malley (1980-1998)
*Robert Daly (1999-2004)
*Frank McCourt (2004-present)

General Managers

*Larry MacPhail (1938-1942)
*Branch Rickey (1943-1950)
*Buzzie Bavasi (1950-1968)
*Fresco Thompson (1968-1968)
*Al Campanis (1968-1987)
*Fred Claire (1987-1998)
*Tommy Lasorda (1998)
*Kevin Malone (1999-2001)
*Dave Wallace (2001)
*Dan Evans (2001-2004)
*Paul Depodesta (2004-2005)
*Ned Colletti (2005-present)



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