Arnie Beyeler is moving on up in the Red Sox' organization.
The former Portland Sea Dogs manager has been promoted from Double-A to Triple-A as the Red Sox announced on Wednesday that he will be the Pawtucket's 2011 manager.
Beyeler replaces Torey Lovullo as PawSox skipper after Lovullo accepted the first-base coaching job for the Toronto Blue Jays under new manager and former Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell.
Beyeler spent the past four seasons as Sea Dogs manager, where he managed players like Clay Buchholz and Daniel Bard, as well as Casey Kelly and Anthony Rizzo, two crucial trading pieces in the Red Sox' recent addition of All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.
Rick Sauveur will be back for his fourth season as PawSox pitching coach, while the team has yet to announce a hitting coach.
Kevin Boles was promoted from manager of Single-A Salem to Portland in place of Beyeler, while Bruce Crabbe will fill Boles' vacancy in Salem after managing Lowell in 2010.
Former PawSox infielder Alex Ochoa was named hitting coach for Salem.