Chicago Cubs VP Dan Kantrovitz Targeted by Mets for Key Scouting Role


Dan Kantrovitz, currently serving as the Vice President of Scouting for the Chicago Cubs, might be in line for a significant promotion with the New York Mets reportedly eyeing him for a prominent role in their scouting department. As reported by Jon Morosi, discussions have taken place within the Mets organization regarding the potential hiring of Dan Kantrovitz to oversee their amateur scouting and player development departments. This enticing opportunity would mark a notable advancement from his current position with the Chicago Cubs. The Chicago Cubs recently lost Craig Breslow to the Boston Red Sox, who was appointed as the successor to Chaim Bloom in the role of President of Baseball Operations. Kantrovitz's departure would represent another substantial loss for the Cubs' front office. Under Kantrovitz's leadership, the Chicago Cubs have cultivated one of the most impressive farm systems in baseball. Highlighted by the acquisition of talents like Pete Crow-Armstrong in the Javy Baez trade, the Cubs' prospect system is ranked among the top five in Major League Baseball, according to MLB Pipeline. NFR live stream