Pablo Peguero

Pablo Peguero begins his 13th season with the San Francisco Giants organization, overseeing the club’s scouting and player development operations in the Dominican Republic. Pablo is credited with the signing of current 40 man roster players Adalberto Mejia (2011) and Joan Gregorio (2010), as well as notable recent former Giant Kendry Flores (2009). A Dominican native, Peguero has an extensive background in baseball in his island country. Prior to joining the Giants organization, he worked in the Dominican for the Los Angeles Dodgers as a scout from 1984-86, staff coordinator from 1987-89, scout and development coordinator from 1990-94. He has been the GM for different Dominican Winter League clubs, working for Campo Las Palmas (Dodgers facility in D.R.) from 1995-2003 and now is currently the GM for the Gigantes del Cibao. Notable players he signed for the Dodgers include Tony Abreu, Adrian Beltre, Raul Mondesi, Felix Rodriguez, Angel Pena and Wilton Guerrero. He was also the general manager of the Dominican Olympic Team in the 1999 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, Canada. The former catcher played nine seasons (1972-1980) in the minors with the Los Angeles Dodgers, including the last four years at triple-A. He and his wife, Xiomara, have a son, Felix, and a daughter, Patxi, and live in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. His son was a former minor league player and currently is the Assistant Director for Dominican Republic Operations with the Giants.

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