LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Dodgers today named long-time international scout Bob Engle as Vice-President of International Scouting. The announcement was made by Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti.
Engle, who served in the same capacity for the Seattle Mariners since 2004, has been in Major League Baseball since 1974 and has been instrumental in the signing of four Cy Young Award winners.
Bob Engle and his knowledge of the international landscape is a great addition to our scouting team, said Colletti. Our new ownerships directive is to strengthen the Dodgers scouting, both domestically and internationally. Developing future players through heightened scouting is paramount to the long-term success of the Dodgers organization.
Engle, who also has worked for the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays, played a key role in the scouting and signing of Cy Young Award winners Roy Halladay, Chris Carpenter, Pat Hentgen and Felix Hernandez.
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