Juan Pierre

He's no longer in charge, but Ned Colletti's contributions are still paying dividends for the Dodgers

He's no longer in charge, but Ned Colletti's contributions are still paying dividends for the Dodgers

This fall at Pepperdine, students will be offered a class called “The General Manager.’’

It will be taught by a guy who will need no formal introduction, no curriculum vitae, not even a syllabus.

Professor Ned Colletti can just show them a video of Tuesday’s All-Star game.

The careers of the five Dodgers representatives are filled with Colletti fingerprints from his nine-year tenure as Dodger general manager, a job that ended three seasons ago with a legacy that just keeps getting stronger.

Clayton Kershaw, Cory Seager and Cody Bellinger were drafted by Colletti’s regime.

Kenley Jansen was moved from catcher to pitcher under Colletti’s guidance.

Then...

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