Found November 02, 2012 on ChadMoriyama.com:
Baseball America: Dodgers have hired Patrick Guerrero as their Latin American coordinator. Guerrero, who lives in the Dominican Republic, will run the organization’s scouting throughout Latin America. The Mariners had fired Guerrero as their Latin American coordinator earlier this month at the same time they announced that Bob Engle, their vice president of international scouting, had decided to leave the organization. Seattle’s decision to fire Guerrero, according to Baseball America’s sources, was made above Engle, an unusual move for a Latin American scout. Both Guerrero and Engle had been with the Mariners since 2000. Baseball America: Bob Engle has been added to the Dodgers staff as Vice President Of International Scouting. The Dodgers have made more changes to their international scouting department, most notably with today’s hiring of Bob Engle as their vice president of international scouting. Bob Elliot reported last night on Twitter that the Dodgers were going to hire Engl...
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