Marc DelPiano is currently a Professional Scout with the New York Yankees. Marc joined the Yankees organization in 2018.
Prior to the Yankees, Marc DelPiano spent two seasons as the Miami Marlins’ Vice President of Player Development. He also worked for the Marlins from 2002-05, which included time as the Director of Player Development (2003-04) and Director of International Scouting (2005).
Before taking the Marlins Vice President of Player Development position, DelPiano had been with the Pirates since the 2009 season, most recently serving as Special Assistant to the General Manager. Prior to his time with Pittsburgh, he spent three seasons (2006-08) with the Boston Red Sox as a Special Assignment Scout. He was also an area scout with the Montreal Expos from 1996-2000, before serving as the club’s East Coast Scouting Supervisor in 2001. Following two seasons as an infielder in the Cleveland and Houston organizations, DelPiano joined the Rangers organization in 1991 as an area scout and Minor League coach.
DelPiano played collegiate baseball with Broward Community College in 1986 and at the University of Tennessee in 1987-88, and after being signed by Cleveland as a non-drafted free agent in 1989, he received his bachelor’s degree in Education from the State University of New York at Cortland in 1991.
He currently resides in Jupiter, Florida with his wife, Nikki. The couple has three children: Gina, Alex, and Jimmy.