The New York Mets today announced that the club has named Bryn Alderson the team’s Professional Scouting Director and Jeff Lebow, Assistant Director, Professional Scouting.
“Bryn and Jeff are talented members of the baseball operations department,” Mets Executive Vice President & General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen said. “Jeff Wilpon, Allard Baird and I have been incredibly impressed with their initiative, work ethic and creativity. Most importantly, these promotions are a direct result of their positive contributions to the Mets culture and winning mindset.”
Alderson, 38, began his career as a Baseball Operations Assistant in 2003 with the Oakland Athletics. He was Oakland’s Coordinator of Scouting from 2004-2006 and a Professional Scout with the A’s from 2007-2011. Alderson joined the Mets in 2012 as a Professional Scout and was promoted in 2017 to Assistant Director, Professional Scouting.
“Bryn brings great experience having worked in advance and pro scouting over the years and he and Jeff complement each other with their evaluation skills,” said Vice President, Assistant General Manager Allard Baird. “Both have a great ability to communicate effectively and bring a fresh perspective to our operations.”
Lebow, 30, graduated from Cornell University in 2011 and joined the Mets as a Baseball Operations Assistant in 2011. He later became a Baseball Operations Coordinator in 2014 before being promoted to Manager of Professional Scouting earlier this year.
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