Cubs announce new title for Matt Dorey in front office shakeup

Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. (Nam Y. Huh / AP)

CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs announced Tuesday that Matt Dorey is taking on the role of vice president of player personnel.

Dorey's new title is part of a flurry of changes in Chicago's front office since Carter Hawkins was hired as general manager in October.

Dorey is beginning his 12th season with the Cubs after he joined the organization as a national crosschecker in 2012. He had been the vice president of player development since November 2020.

The Cubs also announced that Jared Banner is taking on Dorey's previous position. Banner joined the team prior to last season as VP of special projects.

Banner, who played college ball at Amherst, also has worked for the New York Mets and Boston Red Sox.

Andrew Bassett, Garrett Chiado and Chris Jones also got new titles. Bassett was promoted to director of pro scouting and special assistant to President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer and Hawkins. Chiado is director of pro analytics, and Jones was promoted to director of research and development.

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