Report: Kim Ng leaving Dodgers

Kim Ng is leaving her post as vice president and assistant general manager with the Los Angeles Dodgers for a job as senior vice president of baseball operations with Major League Baseball, according to MLB.com.

Ng, who is entering her 10th season with Los Angeles, became the first woman to interview for a general manager position when she did so with the Dodgers in 2005. The job went to Ned Colletti.

In 2009, Ng reportedly interviewed for the GM spot with the San Diego Padres, which eventually went to Jed Hoyer. She also interviewed in 2008 for the Seattle Mariners' GM job that went to Jack Zduriencik.

Before coming to the Dodgers, Ng was a top adviser to New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman.

Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.