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October 6, 1990
The Dodgers named Terry Reynolds, 37, as director of scouting. Reynolds had been the team's assistant director of scouting under Ben Wade, who retired.
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September 7, 1991 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lured out of semi-retirement by what he said were his competitiveness and his enduring friendship with Angel owner Gene Autry, Whitey Herzog vowed Friday to help make the Angels "the best organization in baseball" as a senior vice president and director of player personnel. His appointment, which takes effect Sept. 16, is for three years. Herzog was considered one of the game's most shrewd managers and judges of talent during his decade with the St. Louis Cardinals.
SPORTS
June 24, 2010 | HELENE ELLIOTT
The scouts who are shaping the Kings' future have driven through snowstorms on twisty mountain roads in British Columbia to see games and have crept across the Canadian prairie guided by hope and a GPS device telling them the next turn is 120 miles away. They've looked at gangly, teenaged defensemen for glimpses of what they might become, sought signs a scrawny winger will develop broad shoulders and tough skin. They've projected who's destined to be a difference-maker, a sixth defenseman at best, a career minor-leaguer.
SPORTS
April 18, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every NFL team has its draft pick from hell, the high-round choice that flops and flails for all to see. The Rams will forever wince at the mention of Mike Schad and Donald Evans, the team's first choices in 1986 and '87, respectively. Gaston Green, a No. 1 pick in '88, is threatening to make it a flop threesome. Meanwhile, the Raiders went through a similar three-year period when they wasted No. 1 picks on Jessie Hester (1985), Bob Buczkowski ('86) and John Clay ('87).
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