(670 The Score) The Cubs on Monday revealed a series of front office promotions following Jed Hoyer being named the team’s new president of baseball operations recently after the departure of Theo Epstein.
Jeff Greenberg will begin his first full season as an assistant general manager after being elevated into the role earlier this year. Greenberg had previously been the Cubs’ director of baseball operations and director of pro scouting. Joining Greenberg as an assistant general manager is Craig Breslow, who also will carry the title of vice president of pitching. Breslow is in his third season with the organization and was previously the director of pitching and a special assistant to the president of baseball operations.
Other promotions or new appointments are as follows:
Chris Moore, vice president of research and development
Matt Dorey, vice president of player development
Louie Eljaua, vice president of international scouting
Alex Suarez, senior director of international player development and operations
Andrew Bassett, director of pro scouting
Greg Davey, director of baseball operations
Jeremy Greenhouse, director of strategic modeling
Gian Guzman, director of Dominican Republic scouting operations
Meghan Jones, assistant director of baseball operations administration
Garrett Chiado, senior player evaluation analyst of research and development
Nate Halm, pro personnel specialist
Adam Unes, coordinator of minor league operations
Alex Smith, coordinator of major league data and development
Jackson New-Smith, assistant of baseball operations
Hoyer and the Cubs are continuing a search for a new general manager, who's expected to come from outside the organization.