Dick Scott (left-handed pitcher)
March 15, 1933 |
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
|May 8, 1963, for the Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 9, 1964, for the Chicago Cubs|
|Earned run average||8.27|
Richard (Dick) Lewis Scott (born March 15, 1933 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He pitched in 12 games for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs in 1963-1964.
On August 18, 1953, Dick Scott signed as an amateur free agent with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Dick Scott began his career in 1963 at the age of thirty with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Scott wore number 20 during his time there. On December 13, 1963 he was traded by the Dodgers to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for Jim Brewer and Cuno Barragan. He played with the Chicago Cubs for the 1964 season, where he wore the number 38.
Scott stood at 6 feet, two inches and weighed 185 pounds. He did not attend college.
- "Dick Scott". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved 11 April 2014.
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