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Haselman replaces Berryhill as Dodgers' Triple-A manager



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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Dodgers have promoted Bill Haselman to manager of Triple-A Oklahoma City after he led Class A Rancho Cucamonga to this year's California League.

Haselman replaces Damon Berryhill, who was let go after leading the team to a league-best 86-58 regular-season record and was voted PCL Manager of the Year.

Los Angeles said Monday that Ryan Garko takes over at Double-A Tulsa from Razor Shines. The Drillers finished last in the Texas League North at 62-77.

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