Dodgers' minor league coaches set; Tim Wallach returning at Albuquerque
Bruce Hines is the new field coordinator for the Dodgers organization, and Lorenzo Bundy rejoins the Dodgers as manager of the club's rookie-level team in the Arizona League.
Also, Ken Bracey, a longtime scouting executive for the Padres, joins the Dodgers as a special assistant to the general manager. Bracey was with San Diego for 36 years and had served as a special assistant to General Manager Kevin Towers since 1997.
Bundy was the Arizona Diamondbacks' first base coach last season and spent two seasons in the Dodger organization from 2007-08, compiling a 141-146 record as the manager of triple-A Las Vegas.
Carlos Subero will lead Double-A Chattanooga after managing Single-A Inland Empire last season. Jeff Carter will manage Inland Empire after two seasons at the helm of the Dodgers’ rookie-level club. Hitting coach Franklin Stubbs and pitching coach Charlie Hough will both be back with the 66ers.
Manager Juan Bustabad will be back for a third season with Great Lakes after leading the Loons to the first playoff berth in the franchise’s three-year history and winning a first-round Midwest League playoff series. And Damon Berryhill returns for a second season as manager for Rookie-advanced Ogden after leading the club to a playoff berth in 2009.
Meanwhile, Pedro Mega returns for his fourth season as manager of the Dominican Summer League Dodgers.
-- Debbie Goffa