The Dodgers are still trying to fill their general manager position, and though they're still holding out hope for John Hart or Theo Epstein (hey, Steve Phillips is available!), so far the only person they've interviewed is assistant GM Kim Ng. Ng would be the first female general manager in baseball history, and, from all accounts, she's qualified, smart and has certainly paid her dues. (She's so good, she once won an arbitration case against Mariano Rivera.)
We're rooting for her to get the job, not just because it would be a great step forward for baseball, not just because she would probably do an excellent job, but also because we loved her so much as the priest in "Oz."