"It's just a lot of guys doing a lot of hard work, a lot of travel, a lot of hours on the road,
Daily phone calls with the Assistant Director for Amateur Scouting Mark Baca,
discussing who they enjoy and continuing to discuss whom they would pick
before returning in D.C. and meet with the rest of the Nats brass. They discuss their ideas and create draft boards.
we kind of know what each other is thinking and the types of players we're searching for."
"You don't approach it any differently, but it makes it easier
because it condenses the group of players that you are talking about," said the man.
"I think we've got it lined up pretty good," Kline stated.
It was also contingent on how every team that were in front of them performed.