Dan Evans
Boulder, Colorado, United States

Dan Evans, former GM of the Los Angeles Dodgers, has been in professional baseball for over three decades and has had decision-making roles with five MLB franchises throughout his career. Including the White Sox (1981-2000), Chicago Cubs (2000-2001), Dodgers (2001-2004), Seattle Mariners (2004-2007), and the Toronto Blue Jays (2013-present). Evans' experience is wide-ranging, as he is the only former General Manager of an MLB club who also led a baseball agency. In addition, Evans has been a broadcast analyst for MLB games, is the author of "108 Stitches," a column for Baseball Prospectus, and is a member of the Baseball Prospectus Advisory Board. Evans also evaluates talent for the Toronto Blue Jays, overseeing their entire Pacific Rim operations. 

In addition, Evans has been a broadcast analyst for MLB games, is the author of "108 Stitches," a column for Baseball Prospectus, and is a member of the Baseball Prospectus Advisory Board. Evans also evaluates talent for the Toronto Blue Jays, overseeing their entire Pacific Rim operations. 

Interview with Baseball Hot Corner:  Dan Evans is a talent evaluator, a baseball lifer and in all likelihood has forgotten more about the game of baseball than you or I will ever know.  

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Baseball GM & Scouting