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Gerard Peter Dipoto III

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Jerry Dipoto, currently GM of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, pitched eight years in the majors as a reliever. He was in the American League in 1993-94 and in the National League in 1995-2000. He had 49 saves with a peak of 19 in 1998.

His minor league career started in 1989, and he went 12-4 in 1990 as a starter. He was converted to relief in 1992.

Dipoto was born in New Jersey and went to high school there, and then attended Virginia Commonwealth University right after Jim Austin was there and right before Mark Strittmatter was there.

Former pitcher Dipoto was hired as the Arizona Diamondbacks Director of Player Personnel and Director of Professional Scouting on November 1, 2005. He later was promoted to Vice-President. On July 1, 2010, he was named interim General Manager, replacing Josh Byrnes. He was named GM of the Angels in October of 2011, replacing Tony Reagins. He did not wait long to make a splash: on December 8th, he announced two huge free agent signings, 1B Albert Pujols for 10 years and $254 million, and P C.J. Wilson for 5 years and $77.5 million.


Preceded by
Josh Byrnes
Arizona Diamondbacks General Manager
2010
Succeeded by
Kevin Towers
Preceded by
Tony Reagins
Los Angeles Angels General Manager
2011-
Succeeded by
Current

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