Copyright 2006 Oshawa Dodgers
Scott has been a member of the Dodgers
pitching staff since 2004.  He has represented
Canada at the World University Games in
Chinese Taipei and currently is a senior at
Maine University.  Scott was named the Pitcher
of the year last season for the Dodgers.


1.  What was the first sport that you played?        
Hockey

2.  At what age did you start playing baseball and at what level?        
5 years old.  T-Ball

3.  What number do you wear and is there any significance to it?        
24. No Significance

4.  Day games or Night games and why?        
Day games because of the heat.

5.  What is your favourite meal to prepare?        
Steak

6.  What is your favourite restaurant to eat at?        
Outback

7.  How do you want to be remembered when you leave the Dodgers?        
Someone who gave it their best on the mound

8.  If you could have dinner with three people, living or deceased, who would
they be?   
                     
Greg Maddux, Peter Gammons, and Leo Mazzone

9.  What is your dream job outside of playing baseball?
College Professor

10.  What are your pet peeves?        
Liars

11.  Do you have any phobias?
Heights

12.  What is your favourite television show?        
Arrested Development

13.  If you were stranded on a desert island, what three items would you
have with you?
Water, food, and a baseball

14.  If you could trade places with one person, who would it be and why?
Huston Street because he is young, rich, and a great pitcher without dominating
stuff

15.  Do you have any superstitions?        
Do exactly the same thing on the mound if successful

16.  Why should fans come out and watch the Oshawa Dodgers?        
Cause we are young and always underdogs

17.  Where do you see yourself in five years?                         
Professor at a University in Ontario

18.  Who have been the most influential people in your baseball career?  
Marc Picard, Ed Tobin, Dan McConnachie, and my father

19.  What should younger players in the game do to keep improving to get
to the next level?  
      
Constantly throw, have fun, and don't limit yourself to one sport to early

20.  What are your baseball/career goals?        
Leave an impression at the University of Maine

21.  Detail three Career Highlights:        
Breaking the single season appearance record at UMaine in 2005 (29 appearances)
Pitching in all 3 Ole Miss regional games in 2005;
Major Bantam National Champion with Pickering and tournament MVP

22.  How do you spend your time when you are not playing baseball?
Studying, playing hockey, playing golf, and playing video games

23.  What other sports did you play growing up or are still playing?        
Hockey, lacrosse, and golf

24.  Do you find it difficult to attend a Division I school, playing baseball as
well as concentrate on your studies?
In the beginning yes, but you learn to manage your time and develop good
study habits

25.  What is the difference between playing College baseball and
Intercounty baseball?
More stressful and demanding as it is the coaches must win

26.  Do you enjoy going away to school and why or why not?
I enjoy it because I love baseball and also enjoy school

27.  Do you have any bad habits?
Biting finger nails

28.  What is your most memorable moment as an Oshawa Dodger to date?
Pitching and beating the Maple Leafs for Troy May's 600th win
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Ken Calway
Brad McConnachie
Jamie May
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Ben Chisholm
Brian Sewell
Mike Prosper
Ian Okorofsky
Pat Smith
Mike Welbourne
Aaron Gordon
Adam Garner
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