(KTVI)-Dan Kantrovitz is in his second season as the St. Louis Cardinals’ Director of Scouting overseeing the amateur draft. Kantrovitz, is a St. Louis native, is back with the Cardinals organization. From 2009-2011, Kantrovitz led the International Scouting department for the Oakland A’s, most recently as Director of International Scouting. From 2004-2008, he worked for St. Louis in roles in amateur, international and professional scouting and helped create the Cardinals’ computer system, Redbirdog.
Kantrovitz was an all-Ivy League shortstop at Brown University and was drafted by the Cardinals in the 25th round of the 2001 MLB draft. A shoulder injury shortened his playing career.
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