Scott Stewart (baseball)
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|Born: August 14, 1975|
|April 5, 2001, for the Montreal Expos|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 3, 2004, for the Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Earned run average||3.99|
Scott Edward Stewart (born August 14, 1975) is a former American professional baseball pitcher.
Stewart was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 20th round of the 1994 MLB Draft. He played for the Gulf Coast Rangers in 1994 and the Charleston RiverDogs in 1995 before the Rangers released him. He hooked up with the Gulf Coast Twins to finish the season. He played in an independent league in 1996 and then was purchased by the New York Mets who sent him to the St. Lucie Mets in 1997 and then to the Binghamton Mets (1998–1999) and Norfolk Tides (1998–2000).
Signed as a minor league free agent by the Montreal Expos in 2001, he played for the Ottawa Lynx briefly and then made his major league debut with the Expos that year, appearing in 62 games in 2001, 67 in 2002 and 51 in 2003 for Montreal. In 2004, the Expos traded Stewart to the Cleveland Indians for Maicer Izturis and Ryan Church. The Indians assigned him to their AAA team, the Buffalo Bisons. He was later called up and appeared in 23 games for the Indians. After a trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers, he appeared in another 11 games for L.A. Stewart spent 2005 with the Norfolk Tides (New York Mets) and Portland Beavers (San Diego Padres), and did not pitch afterwards.
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