Yeshayah Goldfarb

Yeshayah Goldfarb enters his 17th season with the Giants. During his tenure he has become an integral part of a baseball operations team and decision making process that has led to six playoff seasons, four World Series appearances, three World Series championships, the development of the fourth most Major League players and the top winning percentage in minor league baseball.

Goldfarb runs minor league operations on a day-to-day basis, which includes: running spring training camp, forming and managing rosters, conducting player evaluation, staff development, budget oversight, and acting as the affiliate team liaison. Additionally he provides statistical analysis on major league, minor league, and amateur players for purposes of roster construction, player acquisition and development. He is also responsible for seeking out and incorporating new technologies and data into baseball operations information systems.

Goldfarb graduated Cum Laude from the University of California, San Diego. A former pitcher and team captain, he played four seasons with the Tritons and was elected most inspirational Player by his teammates and also presented with the John Roth Memorial Award (Charlie Hustle) by the coaching staff in 2000.

The Berkeley, CA native began his career with the Giants as a scouting intern and video assistant in 2001 and was hired full time after the season as Assistant, Baseball Operations. Entering the 2016 season Goldfarb was promoted from Senior Director, Minor League Operations and Quantitative Analysis to Vice President of Baseball Operations.

Goldfarb and his wife, Miranda, have a daughter, Eliana, and a son, Ezra, and reside in Oakland, CA.

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