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The Major League Scouting Bureau, formed in 1974, is an organization that was formed to provide centralized scouting information prior to each amateur draft. Membership was originally optional but became mandatory in 1984. In 1985, it became part of the Commissioner's Office. Scouts have included Jim Wilson (the first head), Bruce Andrew, Jim Baba, Billy Blitzer, Dick Bogard, Tom Bourque, Russ Bove, Dick Cole, Dan Cox, Mike Daughtry, Ralph DiLullo, Doc Gautreau, Jim Gruzdis, Randy Gumpert, Mike Hamilton, Guy Hansen, Jack Hubbard, Bo Hughes, Tim Johnson, Joe McDermott, Jethro McIntyre, Charlie Metro, Bobo Osborne, Tim Osborne, Ken Parker, Al Ronning, Bill Schmidt, Carroll Sembera, Mike Shildt, Ed Sukla, Bob Thurman, Jim Walton and Benny Zientara.

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