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Indians announce scouting promotions

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following promotions and additions within the club's Professional and International Scouting Departments.
March 3, 2017

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following promotions and additions within the club's Professional and International Scouting Departments:Promoted DAVE MILLER to Special Assignment Scout.Promoted CHRIS GALE to International Crosschecker.Promoted TREY HENDRICKS to International Crosschecker. Miller, who has been with the club for 25 years and has worked in professional baseball for 32 years, has been a member

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following promotions and additions within the club's Professional and International Scouting Departments:
Promoted DAVE MILLER to Special Assignment Scout.
Promoted CHRIS GALE to International Crosschecker.
Promoted TREY HENDRICKS to International Crosschecker. 
Miller, who has been with the club for 25 years and has worked in professional baseball for 32 years, has been a member of the Indians' Professional Scouting department since 2013. Previously Miller filled the roles of Minor League Pitching Coach and Pitching Coordinator, amateur area scout and Major League Bullpen Coach. In his new role, Miller will continue providing evaluations on players throughout professional baseball. Miller was selected in the 1st round of the 1986 Draft and played professionally for seven seasons with Baltimore.
Gale, who joined the Indians in 2013, spent the prior three seasons as a Professional Scout with coverage throughout the Major and Minor Leagues. In his new role, Gale will crosscheck amateur players across the globe, particularly in Latin America and the Pacific Rim, for the International Scouting department. He also will continue providing evaluations of professional players. Gale, who was selected in the 30th round of the 2000 Draft, graduated from the University of Virginia in 2004.
Hendricks begins his sixth season with the club after spending the prior five as a Professional Scout. Hendricks will crosscheck amateur players across the world, with an emphasis in Latin America and the Pacific Rim, while continuing to provide coverage of professional players. Hendricks, who played seven seasons of professional baseball both domestically and abroad, graduated from Harvard University and also earned a law degree from the University of Miami.