Founded in 1992
|Current||Class A to Triple-A|
|Minor league affiliations|
|League||Arizona Fall League (1992–present)|
|Division||East Division (2009–present)|
|Major league affiliations|
|Minor league titles|
|League titles||1996, 2010|
|Division titles||1996, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2010|
Scottsdale Scorpions (2007–present)
|Ballpark||Scottsdale Stadium (1992–present)|
In the 2011 season, the Major League Baseball teams that sent players to the Scorpions were: the Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Philadelphia Phillies, San Francisco Giants, and Washington Nationals.
For the 2012 season, the Major League Baseball teams that sent players to the Scorpions were: the Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, and San Francisco Giants.
In 1994, the team gained worldwide media attention, when Michael Jordan began his professional baseball career by joining the Scorpions. After one year, Jordan was sent to the Double-A Birmingham Barons in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Scorpions won their first championship in 1996 against the Mesa Saguaros.
The Scorpions would make the championship game in 2002, 2004, and 2005 but would fail to win it. For the 2005 season, the team played its games in Surprise, Arizona due to renovations of Scottsdale Stadium. The team returned to Scottsdale Stadium the following year only to be named the Grand Canyon Scorpions. The team would change their name back to the Scottsdale Scorpions in the 2007 season.
They would once again win the championship in 2010, the first time in fourteen years.
- Dusty Baker, manager of the Cincinnati Reds
- Josh Bard, catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Ryan Braun, outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers
- Emmanuel Burriss, second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds
- Shawn Green, Free Agent outfielder
- Derek Jeter, shortstop for the New York Yankees
- Nomar Garciaparra, former shortstop and current ESPN baseball anaylst
- James Loney, first baseman for the Tampa Bay Rays
- Evan Longoria, third baseman for the Tampa Bay Rays
- Troy Percival, retired closing pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
- Terry Francona, manager of the Cleveland Indians
- Albert Pujols, first baseman for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
- Scott Schoeneweis, Free Agent pitcher
- Brandon Webb, Free Agent pitcher
- Russell Martin, catcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates
- Kendrys Morales, first baseman for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
- Mike Trout, outfielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
- Bryce Harper, outfielder for the Washington Nationals
- Will Middlebrooks third baseman for the Boston Red Sox
|Mesa Solar Sox||19||11||1||.633||—|
|Salt River Rafters||19||12||0||.613||0.5|