Torey Lovullo has followed Mike Hazen from Beantown to the desert.

According to Arizona Sports’ John Gambadoro, the team will name Lovullo, previously Boston’s bench coach, as Arizona’s new manager under Hazen and the revamped and restructured front office.

The 51-year-old spent 2012-16 with the Red Sox as manager John Farrell’s bench coach and in a stint was the interim manager as Farrell went on medical leave. Boston went 28-20 during Lovullo’s interim tenure.

Prior to his time with the Red Sox, Lovullo was first base coach on Farrell’s Toronto staff from 2011-12, and before that, he served in Boston’s organization with Triple-A Pawtucket.

Lovullo is the third previous member of the Red Sox to join the D-backs this offseason, following Hazen and assistant general manager Amiel Sawdaye, who headed Boston’s scouting department.