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02/06/2006 5:35 PM ET
Dan O'Dowd and Clint Hurdle agree to one-year extensions
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DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies announced this afternoon that Executive Vice President/General Manager Dan O'Dowd and Manager Clint Hurdle have agreed to one-year extensions through the 2007 season.

"We believe in the development process of our organization," Rockies President Keli McGregor said. "This is a reflection of that, and speaks to the importance of stability."

O'Dowd, 46, was named the second general manager in franchise history on September 20, 1999, and is entering his seventh season in that role.

Hurdle, 48, took the reins as the fourth manager in Rockies history on April 26, 2002. The 2006 season will be his fourth as the club's manager.

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