Greg Maddux debuted as a member of the Dodgers front office on Wednesday. He wore a uniform and carried a fungo bat as he roamed the fields at Camelback Ranch. He will be here for the duration of the spring in his role as a special advisor to president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman.
Maddux joined the organization after an inquiry from president Stan Kasten. The two men knew each other from their days together in Atlanta. Maddux spent the majority of his Hall of Fame career pitching for the Braves, where Kasten ran the front office.
Maddux said he will make himself available to the Dodgers who seek his insight.