The Marlins have hired Dick Scott, who spent the past two seasons as the Mets’ bench coach, as their director of player development. Scott will also be involved heavily on the field in the minors, absorbing the role of field coordinator, a source told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. In Scott, 55, the Marlins add another experienced player-development voice to their growing list of new executives. He has worked in similar roles for the Blue Jays (2001-09) and Mets (2013-15), in addition to other scouting and minor-league coaching gigs since retiring as a player following the 1990 season. From 2011-12, he was the Mets’ minor-league field coordinator.