The Reds are prepared to “undergo an overhaul” to their front office, Yahoo Sports’ Jeff Passan reports (Twitter link). Several changes are coming to the organization, the first of which is vice president and assistant GM Bob Miller leaving the team.
Miller’s departure seems to be an amicable one, as FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal tweets that Miller is leaving to start his own business. Miller, who has been working in baseball for over 30 years, originally joined the Reds in 2006 as the director of baseball administration and was promoted to VP and assistant GM later in the year.
Whatever changes are coming to Cincinnati’s front office, they won’t involve the man in charge, Walt Jocketty. The general manager just signed a two-year extension to continue running the club through the 2016 season.