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Rangers farm director Scott Servais expected to join Angels

Nov 4, 2011, 6:04 PM EST

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Former big-league catcher Scott Servais, the Rangers’ director of player development since Dec. 2005, is leaving to become the apparent No. 2 man in the Angels front office, MLB.com’s T.R. Sullivan reports.

The 44-year-old Servais will join the newly hired Jerry Dipoto in Anaheim as an assistant GM. The two were briefly batterymates in Colorado in 2000. That was Dipoto’s last year in the bigs, and they were only on the active roster together for the month of April. Servais went on to play one more year in 2001. He hit .245/.306/.375 with 63 homers in a big-league career that spanned 11 seasons.

Very well regarded for his work in aiding a Texas farm system that has become one of the best in the majors, Servais is viewed by some as a future general manager.

  1. SmackSaw - Nov 4, 2011 at 7:45 PM

    Nice addition to the brain trust.

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