Reds GM Nick Krall to Run Team’s Baseball Operations
Cincinnati Reds vice president and general manager Nick Krall will run the team’s baseball operations department, taking over for Dick Williams, according to an official team announcement.
Williams abruptly announced his resignation as the Reds’ president of baseball operations nearly two weeks ago following close to 15 seasons with the organization, and now the team will lean on Krall to take his responsibilities.
“We are excited for Nick to assume the lead over our baseball operations,” Reds CEO Bob Castellini said in a statement. “His hands-on approach as general manager gives us the opportunity to reinstate that role as the top position in our baseball department and keep the years of hard work that happened under his purview producing stronger, more competitive teams.”
The 42-year old Krall has worked win the Reds front office since 2003 and has spent the last three seasons as the general manager, serving under Williams.