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 Kevin Malone retired in April of 2001 from his position as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, ending a 17-year career in professional baseball.     

Kevin was responsible for the overall baseball operations of the club. His work focused on the restoration of the major league team, but he emphasized the rebuilding of the minor league system through scouting and player development.

In 1980 Kevin Malone graduated from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor's Degree in Justice Administration. While studying for his degree he also played for the University's baseball team.

He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 1980 and spent one season in the Indians' farm system. He attended spring training and extended spring camp with the New York Mets in 1981.  After his playing career, he worked towards his Master's Degree in Theology from TTU.                        

For Kevin, winning Major League baseball's World Championship with the Minnesota Twins in 1991 was an extreme surreal experience.

Honored as best General Manager in the Majors by Sporting News' Baseball Weekly in 1995, while leading the Montreal Expos, was indeed a professional highlight, which subsequently help catapult Kevin to head up baseball's most storied franchise...The Los Angeles Dodgers. 



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