Andrew Friedman is the head of baseball ops, and he plans on hiring a general manager beneath him, a la Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer in Chicago. Jon Heyman reports that the GM is likely to be former Dbacks and Padres GM Josh Byrnes:
Josh Byrnes, the former general manager of the Diamondbacks and Padres, is seen as a leading candidate for the top executive job under new club president Andrew Friedman with the Dodgers, league sources said.
Byrnes is viewed as a strong possibility to get the coveted job, as sources familiar with the situation say his experience is viewed as a plus for a storied, big-market team with heavy media coverage and add that his philosophy aligns with that of Friedman. The pair are also said to be fairly close, though a prior relationship had been less than obvious.
Figure all the big-picture thinking would be Friedman’s and that he would have veto power over the moves Byrnes and his folks bring to him.