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In [[Major League Baseball]], the '''general manager''' ('''GM''')for a team is the executive in charge of player personnel.  He is ultimately responsible for scouting, drafting, negotiating with, and signing players.
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In [[Major League Baseball]], the '''general manager''' ('''GM''') for a team is the executive in charge of player personnel.  He is ultimately responsible for scouting, drafting, negotiating with, and signing players.
  
 
The term "general manager" is used to distinguish the GM from the team's [[manager (baseball)|manager]], who is responsible for on-the-field decisions.
 
The term "general manager" is used to distinguish the GM from the team's [[manager (baseball)|manager]], who is responsible for on-the-field decisions.

Latest revision as of 21:32, 23 February 2009

In Major League Baseball, the general manager (GM) for a team is the executive in charge of player personnel. He is ultimately responsible for scouting, drafting, negotiating with, and signing players.

The term "general manager" is used to distinguish the GM from the team's manager, who is responsible for on-the-field decisions.