To put his health and family first, Nationals executive Doug Harris steps away from baseball

“I scouted against Doug for years, so I knew how organized he was, how detail-oriented he was,” Rizzo said. “When I had the opportunity to hire him, I jumped at it, and he handled the player development of a hell of a lot of good players with us. He should get a lot of credit for the hard work and dedication that it takes in that position. It’s a vital job and a tough job, and he did it well for a long period of time.”

Source: WP