BLUE JAYS scout Tramuta promoted



    TORONTO, Oct. 19 /CNW/ - The TORONTO BLUE JAYS are pleased to announce
that area scout Marc Tramuta has been promoted to the position of National
Crosschecker.
    TRAMUTA, was recently named the winner of the 2007 AL LAMACCHIA AWARD. It
honours the scout that exemplifies the work ethic and perseverance best
demonstrated by the longtime Jays executive for whom the award is named. An
area scout based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, he first joined the
organization in 2003 and has been responsible for scouting North Carolina,
South Carolina and Georgia. The Dunkirk, New York native was responsible for
signing five players in the Blue Jays system currently, including 2007 pick
Justin Jackson selected 45th overall in Round 1A (compensation round). The 36
year old was a Los Angeles Dodgers draft pick in the 45th round in 1991. He
will serve as one of four national crosscheckers for the team, having a more
pre-dominant role in the club's potential draft picks.




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