Two scouting director jobs were filled this week, with the Angels promoting national crosschecker Ric Wilson and the Diamondbacks hiring Brewers crosschecker Ray Montgomery. Now another has come open, as the Dodgers' Tim Hallgren is leaving the team to become a national crosschecker with the Tigers.
Hallgren's departure doesn't mean there will be a radical change in Los Angeles, because assistant GM Logan White has continued to run the team's drafts since he was promoted from scouting director in 2007. White said the Dodgers have yet to determine whether they'll replace Hallgren or restructure their scouting department.
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