Report: Dodgers add Anthopoulos to front office
David Manning / Reuters

Two months following his stunning departure from the Toronto Blue Jays, Alex Anthopoulos has reportedly found employment.

The former Blue Jays general manager has been hired by the Los Angeles Dodgers to work in an unspecified role in their front office, according to ESPN.

Despite the Blue Jays reaching the postseason for the first time since 1993, Anthopoulos turned down a five-year extension in late October, citing that the team was no longer the right fit for him moving forward. Hours following his announcement, he was named the Sporting News' Executive of the Year. Two days later, Mark Shapiro took over as the team's new president.

The 38-year-old said prior to Christmas that he planned to make a return to baseball at some point in January, while conceding it would likely not be in a GM role.

Anthopoulos' reported move to Los Angeles unites him with Dodgers GM and fellow Canadian Farhan Zaidi.

Report: Dodgers add Anthopoulos to front office
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