Houston, who dismissed the general manager after winning the championship, the new manager ‘famous scout’ selected by the polar owner

 The Houston Astros, who dismissed the general manager after winning the World Series, appointed former player Dana Brown (56) as the new general manager. 

Houston officially announced the appointment of a new general manager Brown on the 27th (hereafter Korean time). It has been two months since he broke up with general manager James Click, who was effectively dismissed after receiving a one-year contract renewal offer after winning the World Series last November. The general manager of Click, who was appointed in February 2020 and led the team, which was cluttered with a sign-stealing incident, to the championship again, resigned after a disagreement with the owner of Jim Crane. 

The owner of Crane, who was deeply involved in baseball decisions such as rejecting trades and had a conflict with the general manager before Click, chose Brown as the new general manager. According to ‘MLB.com’, Crane’s owner said, “After going through a very intense interview process to find a new general manager, Brown was appointed. He’s good at analysis, and an excellent talent assessor, with his player development experience. He is the perfect fit for our team.” 

Left-handed outfielder Brown is a former player who played three seasons in the minor leagues under the Philadelphia Phillies from 1989 to 1991. Although he did not make it to the major leagues, starting with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1994, he had a long career at the front as a scout and special assistant general manager at the Montreal Expos, Washington Nationals from 2002 to 2009, Toronto Blue Jays from 2010 to 2018, and Atlanta Braves from 2019 to 2022. piled up  카지노사이트

During his time in Washington, more than 40 players, including seven All-Stars, including pitcher Stephen Strasburg, infielder Ryan Zimmerman, and outfielder Ian Desmond, made their major league debuts. Recognized for his eye for players, General Manager Brown recently served as the vice president of scouting for Atlanta. Last year, outfielder Michael Harris II, pitcher Spencer Strider, and infielder Vaughn Grissom, who ranked first and second in the National League Rookie of the Year voting, were selected to lay the foundation for a generational change. 

Now, he is starting anew as Houston’s general manager. Brown said, “I’ve been playing baseball for 33 years, and all I know is baseball. it’s all of my life I want to give everything I have for Houston. I want to let fans know that the owner of Crane made a special choice.” 

Brown is the second black general manager in Houston history. Director Dusty Baker is also black, and Houston has the second black general manager-manager system in major league history after the Chicago White Sox, which was managed by Ken Williams and Jerry Manuel from 2001 to 2003. 

Brown, who previously interviewed the general manager of the New York Mets and Seattle Mariners, said, “I think it’s good to have diversity in our sport. I am really happy to have this opportunity,” he said. “When I turn on the TV and see Houston, they are always the winning team. You know what it takes to win. I also want to continue that,” he said. Attention is focusing on whether he will be able to achieve harmony with the polar crane owner.