Jerry Krause, the general manager of the Chicago Bulls during their six NBA titles in the 1990s, has joined the White Sox, where his focus will be in Latin American scouting.
Krause, who worked for the Mets as a pro scout in 2008, previously worked for the White Sox as a scout in the 1970s and 1980s. The White Sox have been among the least active teams in the international market since the club fired former director of player personnel Dave Wilder and other international scouts two years ago amidst an FBI investigation that Wilder had allegedly skimmed bonus money from the organization's Latin American signings.
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