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The only full-time female scout in baseball doesn’t consider herself a trailblazer

Amanda Hopkins wants to focus more on baseball than any glass ceilings. Amanda Hopkins was hired as a full time scout for the Mariners in 2015, and is in charge of scouting the Four Corners region of the Southwest. The position made her the first full-time female baseball scout in half a century or more. Seattle sponsored her time at scout school, and Hopkins grew up around baseball thanks to her dad being part of the sport.
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