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'''Sanfrid DeForest Johnson''' (born October 24, 1940) is an American professional baseball scout and player development executive. Johnson spent the 2009 season as vice president, scouting, of the [[New York Mets]] of Major League Baseball.
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'''Sanfrid DeForest Johnson''' (born October 24, 1940) is an American professional baseball scout and player development executive.
   
He served as the Special Assistant to the General Manager from [[2005]]-[[2006]] with [[Al Goldis]], [[Bill Livesey]], [[Tony Bernazard]], and [[Bryan Lambe]]. He was then promoted to vice president, scouting, on [[December 6]], [[2006]]. He served in that position from [[2007]]-[[2009]]. He returned to the Special Assistant to the GM only for [[2010]].
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He served as the Special Assistant to the General Manager from [[2005]]-[[2006]] with [[Al Goldis]], [[Bill Livesey]], [[Tony Bernazard]], and [[Bryan Lambe]]. He was then promoted to vice president, scouting, on [[December 6]], [[2006]]. He served in that position from [[2007]]-[[2009]]. He returned to the Special Assistant to the GM only for [[2010]], as he replaced [[Ramon Pena]] who served from '08-'09 and served with [[Wayne Krivsky]].
 
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Latest revision as of 00:20, 16 July 2014

Sanfrid DeForest Johnson (born October 24, 1940) is an American professional baseball scout and player development executive.

He served as the Special Assistant to the General Manager from 2005-2006 with Al Goldis, Bill Livesey, Tony Bernazard, and Bryan Lambe. He was then promoted to vice president, scouting, on December 6, 2006. He served in that position from 2007-2009. He returned to the Special Assistant to the GM only for 2010, as he replaced Ramon Pena who served from '08-'09 and served with Wayne Krivsky.