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Atlanta Braves Hire John Hart as Senior Advisor

November 22nd, 2013 at 11:35 PM
By Cody Fields

John Hart seems to have baseball connections everywhere, and the Atlanta Braves made their connection to him official Friday by hiring him as a senior advisor.

Hart spent the last eight seasons as a special advisor for the Texas Rangers, but John Schuerholz and Frank Wren offered him a spot in Atlanta when his contract expired.

"We are excited that we are able to add a senior advisor with John's resume to our baseball-operations staff," Wren said on "John brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that we can utilize in all facets of the game. He adds to an already strong staff of baseball professionals, and his hiring continues our pursuit to be the best organization in the game."

Hart served as the general manager for the Cleveland Indians from 1992-2001 and the Texas Rangers from 2002-05. The Indians won six division titles and two American League championships while he was with them. Hart will continue working with MLB Network.



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