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He cared a lot about getting to the scouts' players."Marr's fall from grace surprised many in the scouting fraternity, where he had risen through the ranks and was known for a dogged work ethic.Word of a gambling scandal had been a hot topic for months, scouts said, although Marr wasn't suspected until his firing. I respected how he went about his job and his judgment, which is the most important thing in a scout."The Baltimore Sun first reported Marr's termination on July 5.
To date, only Marr has been fired by his club and no disciplinary action has been taken by MLB against any of the scouts.
Falzarano declined comment when reached by phone, saying "Talk to my lawyer."His attorney, Peter Tomao, said, "At this point, I can't give you any information."This isn't the first time law enforcement has charged Falzarano in a major gambling scheme.
In June 2007, the former scout pleaded guilty in Queens County to attempted enterprise corruption and was sentenced to conditional discharge.
Sources said Marr and the other bettors are not likely to be charged.
Also indicted with Falzarano were Robert Jacobs, the controller who managed the day-to-day affairs of the operation; Joseph Fowles; Michael Moore; Sal Portannese; Peter Caliendo; Jeff Palsen; and Scott Slone.
Although the Orioles fired him on June 27, MLB has not announced the terms of any suspension he could be facing."My guess is it is going be pretty tough, at least in the short term," Mirabelli said. If you put everything aside, I would consider hiring him, yeah, absolutely.