Height: 6' 3" Weight: 230 lbs
College Experience: California State University, Chico
California State University, Chico
As Scott transitioned from two way player to pitcher only, his numbers improved to the best of his career- and it wasn't even close. Scott's senior season saw a 0.77 ERA in 11 relief appearances out of the pen, tallying 11.2 innings of work while striking out eight. Among players with an innings or more work under their belt in 2020, Scott's ERA led the Wildcats while his five recorded saves were also a team-high.
Started nine games as a position player and made a pair of relief appearances for the ’Cats in 2019…On the mound, Scott delivered a 4.15 ERA in 3.1 innings of work, striking out three and walking two. At the dish, the then-22 year old batted .244/.295/.244 in 44 plate appearances, driving in 10 and scoring six runs himself.
Batted .334 over two seasons at Citrus College in Glendora…Named First Team All-Western State Conference-East in 2018…Second Team All-WSC East selection as a freshman…Began his college career as a redshirt in the UC Irvine program…A 2015 graduate of Bishop Amat High School in La Puente…Helped lead the Lancers to two Del Ray League titles and the 2014 CIF Southern Section Division 3 championship…
Born June 18, 1997, in Pasadena…Son of Samuel and Elena…Sports hero is Jackie Robinson…Non-sports hero is Martin Luther King, Jr…Biggest sports thrill is winning the CIF championship and dogpiling at Dodger Stadium…Biggest non-sports thrill rescuing and caring for two turtles…Enjoys producing, DJ’ing, and going off-roading…Says the best things about Chico are the family atmosphere and sense of community…Hopes to someday play professional baseball…Best advice ever received: “Separate yourself from the competition”…Prays prior to each game and before stepping on the mound…Wants to meet Barack Obama…Would work to clean all oceans and other bodies of water if money were no object…Majoring in business administration…Plans to open up an athletic training facility that also caters to the athlete’s academic needs.
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