BY PAUL DAUGHERTY | PDAUGHERTY@ENQURIER.COM
Reds general manager Wayne Krivsky his been fired less that three years after taking over the position several sources have confirmed to the Enquirer's Paul Daugherty.
Krivsky is still in a three-year contract that runs through the 2008 season.
Krivsky was hired on Feb. 9, 2006, replacing Dan O’Brien as the Reds general manager. He was the first general manager to be hired under the Reds ownership group led by Bob Castellini.
Krivsky previously had served as an assistant general manager with the Minnesota Twins, and almost named Reds general manager in 2003, when O’Brien got the nod instead.
The move comes 21 days into the 2008 season. The Reds are currently 9-12, and 5 ½ games out of first place in the National League Central.