Well, the day that NOBODY thought would come has finally arrived. After the second worst season in Rockies history the front office has finally been shaken up! Dan O’Dowd has resigned after 15 mostly horrible years as the GM of the Rockies. Bill Geivett, assistant GM, has also called it quits.
Sadly, fans have no time to even get excited at the prospect of will take over for the doomed duo, because in classic Rockies fashion it would seem that the closest “nobody” has been picked to go to the head of the class.
Jeff Bridich, who was the senior director of player development, was promoted as GM.
Bridich has been with the team since 2004. He played four seasons as a catcher and outfielder for Harvard back in the late 90’s.