Washington Nationals They announced on Wednesday, October 25th that they are hiring three members of their research department. President of Baseball activities and the National General Manager, Mike Rizzo Posted by:
- Danny Haas – Vice President of Amateur Exploration
- Brad Ciolek – Senior Director, Amateur Research
- Reed Ton – Deputy Director and National Crosschecker, Amateur Survey
Haas, 47, joins Washington Nationals After spending the previous five seasons (2019-23) as a special assignment scout Arizona Diamondbacks.
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Before passing Arizona, Danny Haas I work Baltimore Orioles From 2012 to 2018, first as national cross-checker (2012 to 2014) before being promoted to special assistant to the executive vice president of baseball operations (2015 to 2018).
I work Boston Red Sox From 2002-2011, he spent the last six seasons (2006-11) as a regional cross-checker, and in 2004, he was named the Boston Scout of the Year.
He joined the ranks of talent scouts Red socks in 2002 after a five-year career from 1997 to 2001. Originally from Paducah, Kentucky, Haas He played college baseball in both University of Kentucky such as University of Louisville. Red socks He was selected in the 18th round of the 1997 rookie draft out of Louisville, where he graduated with a degree in criminal justice.
Ciolek37, has been a member of the Boy Scouts for the past 12 years Baltimore Orioles and most recently as Director of Draft Operations (2022-23).
Prior to that role, he served as National Research Operations Supervisor (2019-22), Deputy Director of Research (2017-19) and Research Administrator (2013-16).
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He joined the Orioles in 2011 as a player development coach at their campus in Sarasota, Florida. Before joining BaltimoreSpent four seasons (2007-10). New York Mets and a year as a Bloomberg Sports analyst (2012).
Ciolek graduated Seton Hall University He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2009 and a Master of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems from Colorado State University in 2017.
ton39 years old, returns National After working in the field of amateur research Atlanta Braves From 2014 to 2023, most recently as its East Coast Cross Checker.
Regional survey coverage ton Includes selection of such players Michael Harris II, Austin RileyIan Anderson and Kyle Wright, among others.
Dunn began his baseball career Washington Nationals Assistant scout in 2007 and scout coordinator until 2009 when he was promoted.
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He was promoted to area scout in 2010 and spent the next four years covering amateur players in Arkansas, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. Ton graduated University of South Carolina In 2007, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sports management.