The Cleveland Indians have promoted Chris Antonetti from general manager to president of baseball operations.
Mike Chernoff has been promoted to general manager after his 12th season with the Indians.
Derek Falvey, who has been with the organization for eight years, has been named assistant general manager.
Antonetti will be the top decision maker of the Indians following the departure of Mark Shapiro to the Toronto Blue Jays.
"Across our industry, job responsibilities in baseball operations have expanded considerably over the last 10 years and these moves reflect a structure that a number of other teams have recently adopted," said Paul Dolan in a statement. "Chris will continue to work closely with Tito (manager Terry Francona), overseeing the direction of all our baseball decision-making, wile Mike and Derek now hold titles that better align with the responsibilities they have already largely assumed in our on-going efforts to develop members of our organization."