The Blue Jays announced on June 21 that Brian Parker will be the team’s new scouting director. The move comes in coordination with Andrew Tinnish being promoted to assistant general manager.
Parker joined the Blue Jays in 2009 as a professional scout and was promoted to professional crosschecker in January. Parker, who graduated from Indiana State, started his career in baseball as a baseball operations intern with the Rockies in 1997. He then spent two years in the media relations department with the Buffalo Bills before getting back into baseball with the Arizona Fall League in 2001-2003. He served as a scouting coordinator, assistant scouting director and director of baseball operations with the Expos and Nationals before joining the Blue Jays.
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